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Definition of "radians" [radians]

  • Plural form of radian. The angle subtended at the centre of a circle by an arc of the circle of the same length as the circle's radius. (noun)

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Use "radians" in a sentence
  • "But the factor is only – 1 when we express angles in radians, right?"
  • "They took a good beating for using degrees rather than radians (Do economists even know of radians?) and therefore the land use to measured temperature concept was considered discredited."
  • "The relationship thus has nothing to do with how we measure angles (except inasmuch as it serves as yet another example of the superiority of radians)."