- a short length of angle iron used as a bracket. Also called seat angle.
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angle cleat — a short length of angle iron used as a bracket. Also called seat angle. * * * … Universalium
angle iron — 1. an iron or steel bar, brace, or cleat in the form of an angle. 2. Also called angle, angle bar, L bar, L beam. a piece of structural iron or steel having a cross section in the form of an L. See illus. under shape. [1850 55] * * * … Universalium
angle iron — noun Date: circa 1846 1. an iron cleat for joining parts of a structure at an angle 2. a piece of structural steel rolled with an L shaped section … New Collegiate Dictionary
angle iron — an′gle i′ron n. 1) bui an iron or steel bar, brace, or cleat in the form of an angle 2) bui a piece of structural iron or steel having a cross section in the form of anL • Etymology: 1850–55 … From formal English to slang
seat angle. — See angle cleat. * * * … Universalium
seat angle. — See angle cleat … Useful english dictionary
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