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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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three-dimensionalˌthree-diˈmensional ●○○ adjective  1 CFhaving, or seeming to have, length, depth, and heighttwo-dimensional a three-dimensional structure objects that are three-dimensional2 REAL/NOT IMAGINARYa three-dimensional character in a book, film etc seems like a real personone-dimensional
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three-dimensionalThe design process in many cases begins on a computer, which is used to plot out a three-dimensional design.a three-dimensional drawingLight, high tensile strength fibres confer stiffness and strength to a polymer resin that binds them into a rigid three-dimensional form.The results of these investigations are being integrated with new geophysical data to produce a three-dimensional geological model of the area.Computer models are used to create three-dimensional models of prions, helping scientists understand the structural transformation they undergo to turn deadly.The three-dimensional perspective falsely adds to the difference in height across smoking categories, but fails to recognise their ordered nature.Miles has been making designs out of straws in order to understand three-dimensional shapes and angles.Holzman usually combines images painted on wood with three-dimensional wood cut-outs.
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