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- to locate by means of triangulation
- 1966, Bob Shaw, Light of Other Days:
- "I'll give you a check now," I said abruptly, and saw Selina's green eyes triangulate angrily on my face.
- to pit two others against each other in order to achieve a desired outcome or to gain an advantage; to "play both ends against the middle"
- 2015 December 14, Alexis Levinson, “Four Storylines to Watch at the Las Vegas GOP Debate”, in National Review:
- Cruz, meanwhile, could wind up in the hot seat as he tries to triangulate between his disagreement with Trump’s position and his clear unwillingness to openly attack.
to locate by triangulation
triangulate (not comparable)
- present adverbial passive participle of trianguli