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(kwŏd′răng′gəl)
n.
2.
a. A rectangular area surrounded on all four sides by buildings.
b. The buildings bordering this area.
3. The area of land shown on one atlas sheet charted by the US Geological Survey.

(ˈkwɒdˌræŋɡəl)
n
1. (Mathematics) geometry a plane figure consisting of four points connected by four lines. In a complete quadrangle, six lines connect all pairs of points
2. (Architecture) a rectangular courtyard, esp one having buildings on all four sides. Often shortened to: quad
3. (Architecture) the building surrounding such a courtyard
[C15: from Late Latin quadrangulum figure having four corners]

(ˈkwɒdˌræŋ gəl)

n.
1. a plane figure having four angles and four sides, as a square.
2. a square or quadrangular space or court that is surrounded by a building or buildings, as on a college campus.
3. the building or buildings around such a space or court.
4. the area shown on a topographic map sheet of a standard size: a 15-minute quadrangle.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
 Noun 1 quadrangle - a four-sided polygon      polygon, polygonal shape - a closed plane figure bounded by straight sidesparallelogram - a quadrilateral whose opposite sides are both parallel and equal in lengthtrapezium - a quadrilateral with no parallel sidestrapezoid - a quadrilateral with two parallel sides 2 quadrangle - a rectangular area surrounded on all sides by buildingsquadarea - a part of a structure having some specific characteristic or function; "the spacious cooking area provided plenty of room for servants"

noun square, quad (informal), court, courtyard, plaza, enclosure, precinct, piazza, cloister We were in this little room looking out on the quadrangle.

noun
An area partially or entirely enclosed by walls or buildings:
Translations
شَكْل رُباعي
čtyřúhelníknádvoří
firkantet gård
nelikulmio
négyszögudvar
port
kiemas
četrstūrains pagalms/laukums
patrulater
dörtgen avlu

[ˈkwɒdræŋgl] N
1. (Geom) (with 4 angles) →
2. (= courtyard) →

[ˈkwɒdræŋgəl] n
(MATHEMATICS)
(= courtyard) → cour f

n
(Math) → Viereck nt
(Archit) → (viereckiger) (Innen)hof

[ˈkwɒdˌræŋgl] n
a. (Math) →
b. (courtyard) → cortile m (di collegio, scuola)