Definition of 'three-dimensional'
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An image appeared in front of him, life-size, three-dimensional, evidently made of light. THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: THE SANGREAL TRILOGY ONE (2004)Millions of individual neurons, like tiny, glowing red spiders, were packed into a three-dimensional web. THE BROKEN GOD (2004)
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Translations for 'three-dimensional'
British English: three-dimensional /ˌθriːdɪˈmɛnʃənl/ ADJECTIVE
A three-dimensional object is solid rather than flat, because it can be measured in three dimensions, usually the height, length, and width.
...a three-dimensional model.
- American English: three-dimensional
- Arabic: ثُلَاثِيُّ الَأبْعَاد
- Brazilian Portuguese: tri-dimensional
- Chinese: 三维的
- Croatian: trodimenzionalan
- Czech: trojrozměrný
- Danish: tredimensionel
- Dutch: driedimensionaal
- European Spanish: tridimensional
- Finnish: kolmiulotteinen
- French: en trois dimensions
- German: dreidimensional
- Greek: τρισδιάστατος
- Italian: tridimensionale
- Japanese: 立体的な
- Korean: 3차원의
- Norwegian: tredimensjonal
- Polish: trójwymiarowy
- European Portuguese: tridimensional
- Romanian: tridimensional
- Russian: трехмерный
- Spanish: tridimensional
- Swedish: tredimensionell
- Thai: สามมิติ
- Turkish: üç boyutlu
- Ukrainian: тривимірний
- Vietnamese: có ba chiều
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