an aircraft that has a fixed wing and is powered by propellers or jets

- accelerator,
- cowl,
- jet plane,
- bonnet,
- radome,
- attack aircraft,
- amphibious aircraft,
- fuselage,
- fuel pod,
- landing gear,
- airplane,
- multiengine plane,
- propeller plane,
- heavier-than-air craft,
- tanker plane,
- bomber,
- jet,
- reconnaissance plane,
- navigation light,
- airliner,
- hood,
- delta wing,
- fighter aircraft,
- multiengine airplane,
- wing,
- windshield,
- aeroplane,
- cowling,
- gas,
- throttle,
- hydroplane,
- windscreen,
- gas pedal,
- fighter,
- accelerator pedal,
- monoplane,
- gun,
- ski-plane,
- radar dome,
- escape hatch,
- amphibian,
- seaplane,
- hangar queen,
- biplane,
- pod,
- jet-propelled plane

(mathematics) an unbounded two-dimensional shape

the space between two lines or planes that intersect; the inclination of one line to another; measured in degrees or radians

- axil,
- cutting angle,
- solid angle,
- oblique angle,
- magnetic declination,
- spherical angle,
- magnetic dip,
- incidence angle,
- external angle,
- angle of extinction,
- angle of inclination,
- internal angle,
- lead,
- space,
- angle of view,
- face angle,
- angle of refraction,
- salient angle,
- view angle,
- interior angle,
- angle of incidence,
- crotch,
- inclination,
- fork,
- plane angle,
- magnetic variation,
- tilt angle,
- inclination of an orbit,
- wave angle,
- azimuth,
- exterior angle,
- variation,
- perigon,
- angle of dip,
- AZ,
- vertical angle,
- round angle,
- dogleg,
- complementary angles,
- polyhedral angle,
- right angle,
- reflex angle,
- angular distance,
- extinction angle,
- magnetic inclination,
- helix angle,
- dip,
- angle of reflection

move or proceed at an angle

a biased way of looking at or presenting something

a carpenter's hand tool with an adjustable blade for smoothing or shaping wood

- edge tool,
- bullnose,
- fore plane,
- jack plane,
- spokeshave,
- jointing plane,
- carpenter's plane,
- router plane,
- smoothing plane,
- openside plane,
- combination plane,
- dovetail plane,
- block plane,
- hand tool,
- jointer plane,
- scrub plane,
- tonguing and grooving plane,
- compass plane,
- circular plane,
- woodworking plane,
- chamfer plane,
- bullnosed plane,
- smooth plane,
- beading plane,
- long plane,
- rabbet plane,
- jointer,
- match plane

a member of a Germanic people who conquered England and merged with the Saxons and Jutes to become Anglo-Saxons