# isosceles

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## i·sos·ce·les

(ī-sŏs′ə-lēz′)*adj.*

*Mathematics*

Having at least two equal sides: an isosceles triangle.

[Late Latin īsoscelēs, from Greek īsoskelēs : īso-,

*iso-*+ skelos,*leg*.]## isosceles

(aɪˈsɒsɪˌliːz)*adj*

**1.**(Mathematics) (of a triangle) having two sides of equal length

**2.**(Mathematics) (of a trapezium) having the two nonparallel sides of equal length

[C16: from Late Latin, from Greek

*isoskelēs,*from iso- +*skelos*leg]## i•sos•ce•les

(aɪˈsɒs əˌliz)*adj.*

(of a straight-sided plane figure) having two sides equal:

*an isosceles triangle; an isosceles trapezoid.*.[1545–55; < Late Latin < Greek

*isoskelḗs*literally, with legs of equal length =*iso-*iso- +*-skelēs,*adj. derivative of*skélos*leg]## i·sos·ce·les

(ī-sŏs′ə-lēz′) Having at least two sides of equal length: an isosceles triangle.

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Adj. | 1. | isosceles - (of a triangle) having two sides of equal lengthsymmetric, symmetrical - having similarity in size, shape, and relative position of corresponding parts |

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