# angular unit

__noun__a unit of measurement for angles•__Hypernyms__: ↑unit of measurement, ↑unit•__Hyponyms__:↑mil, ↑degree, ↑arcdegree, ↑second, ↑arcsecond, ↑minute, ↑arcminute, ↑minute of arc, ↑microradian, ↑milliradian, ↑radian, ↑rad, ↑grad, ↑grade, ↑oxtant, ↑sextant, ↑straight angle, ↑steradian, ↑sr

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