polygon

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Ancient Greek πολύγωνον (polygōnon), from πολύς (polus, many) and γωνία (gōnia, angle).

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Polygons (sense 1).
  1. (geometry) A plane figure bounded by straight edges.
  2. (geometry) The boundary of such a figure.
  3. (geometry, more generally) A figure comprising vertices and (not necessarily straight) edges, alternatingly.
  4. (geometry) Such a figure and its interior, taken as a whole.

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polygon c

  1. polygon

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