A four-sided plane figure with opposite sides parallel.(noun)
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Use "parallelogram" in a sentence
"*This is reputed to be the first rock song to contain the word parallelogram in it."
"A square only requires a peg at each corner, with a chalked string drawn from peg to peg; and an oblong, or parallelogram, is made by joining two common squares, and taking off the corners if required."
"This addition rule is known as the parallelogram law."