- having three sides.
Origin of trilateral
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We will probably never know what else Kerry told the Trilateral Commission behind closed doors.
We made chit chat and talked about The Trilateral Commission in general terms.
"Trilateral" is from the Latin translation of the Greek tripleuros (three-sided).The Teaching of Geometry
David Eugene Smith
Trilateral members, or waverers, are those which have three sides.
His body was trilateral: he had three legs, three arms, and six eyes, placed at equal distances all around his head.A Voyage to Arcturus
The circuit was trilateral, and to a considerable extent remains so.The Englishman in China During the Victorian Era, Vol. I (of 2)
- having three sides
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Word Origin and History for trilateral
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