A shape with 4 straight lines in which there are 2 parallel and 2 unparallel lines is called a Trapezium.
A trapezoid/trapezium is a quadrilateral (4 sided shape) with exactly one pair of parallel sides.It is a quadrilateral (a closed plane shape with four linear sides) that has at least one pair of parallel lines for sides
A regular hexagon.
a house shape: a floor, 2 parallel walls and an angled roof
A common shape that has lines that never intersect is the equals sign. Shapes that include intersecting lines but also have others that will never intersect include squares, rectangles, and rhombuses.
Strictly speaking, the answer is no. There is an implicit assumption that parallel lines refer to straight lines and, since there are no straight lines in a rainbow, there cannot be any parallel lines. The lines are concentric and so they never meet.
a regular square!
It is a plane shape bounded by four straight lines, a pair of which are parallel.
A trapezoid has two parallel lines.
A rhombus has parallel lines but no perpendicular lines.
Trapezoid in American English and Trapezium in British English.
Any shape that contains a section of a plane can have an infinite number of parallel lines in it.
There is no shape that has sides that are all parallel to each other. That would just be a collection of straight lines.
Polygon: A closed shape bounded by straight lines.