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cube in Maths topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcubecube1 /kjuːb/ ●●○ noun [countable]  1 CFSQUAREa solid object with six equal square sides a sugar cube an ice cube Cut the meat into small cubes.see thesaurus at piece2 the cube of something3 American English spoken a cubicle
Examples from the Corpus
cubeCut the melon into 2cm cubes and leave to soak in some port or red wine.cubes of Cheddar cheeseShe dropped a cube of sugar into her tea and stirred it with a spoon.For a joke, he put an ice cube down the back of her dress.I fetched ice cubes in the middle of the night to try to numb the backs of my legs.Cooking such small amounts of food can be fiddly and time consuming so try freezing baby-sized portions in ice cube trays.Would you get me some ice cubes out of the freezer?Karen took some ice cubes from the freezer and poured the soda.Place the thread on the ice cube and put salt on it, especially near the thread. 4.Toni filled the glasses with ice cubes and watched as Letia slid two thick red steaks under the broiler.We start by picking up and examining the cube.We can also let any point inside the cube be input too.