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1Denoting or shaped like a rectangle.

*‘a neat rectangular area’**‘Huge trees defined the edges of the rectangular area.’**‘Actually, had the cloth been kept in a frame for such a long period there would have been an age-yellowed, rectangular area at the top.’**‘Thus, during viewing in the otherwise dark laboratory, the observer saw a rectangular area of light against a dark background.’**‘Wood uses the rectangular areas that have been partially plowed to draw added attention to the simple contours.’**‘The bottom of the screen hosts a rectangular area that scrolls the lyrics to the player's chosen song.’**‘We took it down at once, leaving a pale rectangular area on the wallpaper.’**‘In another series, rectangular areas of pale watercolour are overlaid by fields of coloured dots - a second layer of pattern to counterpoint the first.’**‘The event will happen in a rectangular area of about 15 hectares on the coast.’**‘Hang pictures in circular, triangular, or rectangular geometric groupings to add interest.’**‘Two female students stood at the right side of the long rectangular board, where the names of the highest placing students were located.’**‘You introduced small rectangular openings in the sides so that one could peek inside, but some of the interior remained hidden.’**‘There is a goal at either side of rectangular arena.’**‘Each was made from a long rectangular piece of cloth, hemmed on each long side to allow a cord to be inserted at the top, and a light plastic plumbing tube at the bottom.’**‘She was able to watch the evaluation through a long, rectangular glass window, but the person on the other side would not be able to see her.’**‘A rectangular section of each picture was selected and the average pixel value was calculated by the software in radial direction.’**‘I sat beside a little rectangular window with shades pulled half-way down, allowing minimal sunlight to come through.’**‘The starting point is a rectangular grid.’**‘The shape of a mirror is also important with rectangular, square or oval shapes each having different qualities.’**‘The floor was divided into 25 rectangular squares by pencil lines.’**‘The game board is a rectangular grid of squares, initially occupied by a given configuration of filled squares.’**‘The shapes and surface are only those which can occur plausibly within and on a rectangular plane.’**‘A rectangular table is divided up into ten squares - two marked with a heart, two with diamonds, two with clubs, two with spades, one with a crown and one with an anchor.’*

- 1.1(of a solid) having a base, section, or side shaped like a rectangle.
*‘a rectangular prism’**‘They then proceeded to hammer the rough edges off the stone and shape it into a rough rectangular solid in preparation for sawing.’**‘The small flashlight he usually had hanging on his utility belt was bright enough to light up the cold, gray rectangular prism.’**‘While the majority of buildings were more or less rectangular prisms, this building looked more like the Senate Chamber in Denivan City.’**‘A large rectangular compartment in the base holds your loose cartridges, screwdrivers, etc.’**‘All guys sat together on one side of the long rectangular table.’**‘On each side of the rectangular building were three more windows of the same type.’**‘Basketball hoops were on either side of the rectangular room and a gymnastic trampoline stood in the far left corner of the room.’**‘Each block of ice was entirely rectangular, its sides perfectly smooth and flawless.’**‘He soon noticed there were four statues on one side of the rectangular room and four on the other.’**‘Leanne and Greg sat opposite each other, on the short sides of the rectangular table.’**‘There were several hospital beds lined on both sides of the long rectangular room.’**‘To assemble, place a layer of lasagne sheets on the base of an oiled deep, rectangular lasagne dish.’**‘They were then ordered to march into a rectangular hangar, with the sides all angled inwards to the flat roof, roughly trapezoidal in shape.’**‘On top of each pillar, however, a large rectangular stone was placed, with each side resting on neighboring pillars.’**‘Two tall, rectangular blocks landed on either side of the ensemble.’**‘The boilers were fired by oil, and the rectangular tanks can be found tight against either side of the hull.’**‘However, it is not unusual to find modern, rectangular houses in rural areas.’**‘I squealed and dropped the small rectangular shaped box I had been holding.’**‘It was a plain, whitewashed rectangular house, like thousands of other houses in the area.’**‘He held up a small rectangular box of clear, thick plastic.’**‘We marched to the house where dinner was waiting for us at a long rectangular table.’*

2Placed or having parts placed at right angles.

*‘To complicate matters, he wanted the button style to be flexible enough that left-hand corners could be rounded, and right-hand corners could be rectangular corners, or vice versa (Figure 1).’**‘Therefore, to draw an ellipse, you specify its rectangular corners.’*

**quadrilateral**, rectangular, oblong, right-angled, at right angles, perpendicular

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