###
Triangle
(
noun
,
verb
)

(As a noun)

### Triangle ( noun )

- A geometric shape that has three straight sides and three angles.
- A musical instrument resembling a small guitar with three strings.
- A situation or relationship involving three people or groups.

### Origin:

Late 16th century: from latin triangulum, neuter of triangulus "three-cornered", from tri- "three" + angulus "corner".

### Examples:

- A triangle has three angles and three sides.
- He played a melody on the triangle.
- The love triangle caused a lot of problems.
- The triangle is a basic shape in geometry.
- The triangle is a percussion instrument.

(As a verb)

### Triangle ( verb )

- A geometric shape that has three straight sides and three angles.
- A musical instrument resembling a small guitar with three strings.
- A situation or relationship involving three people or groups.

### Origin:

Late 16th century: from latin triangulum, neuter of triangulus "three-cornered", from tri- "three" + angulus "corner".

### Examples:

- A triangle has three angles and three sides.
- He played a melody on the triangle.
- The love triangle caused a lot of problems.
- The triangle is a basic shape in geometry.
- The triangle is a percussion instrument.