English version

geometric

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Shapes, patterns, Maths
geometricge‧o‧met‧ric /ˌdʒiːəˈmetrɪk◂/ (also geometrical /-trɪkəl/) adjective  1 CFhaving or using the shapes and lines in geometry, such as circles or squares, especially when these are arranged in regular patterns a geometric design2 HMrelating to geometrygeometrically /-kli/ adverb
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geometricI brought him some geometric abstractions -- he was not into abstraction anymore -- he was very helpful.Red brick dormitories and concrete buildings that rose like geometric blocks from a foundation of asphalt and cement.The projection of triangles Projective geometry evolved out of the geometric perspective, beloved of Renaissance architects, engineers and painters.Roller blinds offer a good deal of scope through colour and fabric combinations, from floral patterns to bold geometric prints.Experiment will reveal that any regular polygon needs similar adjustment to transform a geometric shape into a sensory image.Then you can soften the geometric shapes a bit.Very commonly, people see static landscapes, moving faces or a sequence of pictures or geometric shapes.A measured, geometric square, stood on edge, seems too tall.
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