angle float

angle float

[′aŋ·gəl ‚flōt]
(engineering)
A trowel having two edge surfaces bent at 90°; used to finish corners in freshly poured concrete and in plastering.

angle float

angle float
A trowel having two edge surfaces bent at 90°; used to finish corners in freshly poured concrete and in plastering. (See illustration p. 38.)
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Soon afterwards, Owen did well to feed Danny Murphy, and the Liverpool midfielder was so unlucky to see his curling shot from an angle float just over the crossbar.
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