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Definition of the noun 3-d
What does 3-d mean as a name of something?
- a movie with images having three dimensional form or appearance
- lexical domain: Communicative Processes - nouns denoting communicative processes and contents
- alternative spelling: 3D
- synonym of 3-D: three-D
- more generic terms: film / flick / motion picture / motion-picture show / movie / moving picture / moving-picture show / pic / picture / picture show = a form of entertainment that enacts a story by sound and a sequence of images giving the illusion of continuous movement
- having a three-dimensional form or appearance
Other definitions of 3-d
What does 3-d also mean?
- See three-dimensional.
Who is 3-D?
3-D a.k.a. Robert Del Naja, also known as 3D, is an English artist, musician, singer and songwriter. Initially gaining notoriety as a graffiti artist and member of the Bristol collective known as "The Wild Bunch", Del Naja went on to become a founding member of the band Massive Attack, with whom he is still active.
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- 3-D was a short-lived American rock band of the early 1980s, best known for the hit singles "All Night Television", "Telephone Number", and the New Wave track, "X-ray Eyes".
- genre: Rock music
- 3-D is a musical group.
- album: "Future Primitive"
3-D is a fictional character from parts I and II of the Back to the Future film trilogy.
- "3-D" is the debut album from the band I See Stars. The album debuted at number 176 on the Billboard 200, number 5 on Top Heatseekers, and number 22 on Top Independent Albums. The songs "Save the Cheerleader, Save the World" and "The Big Bad Wolf" were both re-recorded from their first EP, Green Light Go!. The singles "The Common Hours", "3-D" and "Where the Sidewalk Ends", were also re-recorded, having been previously released as demos.
- "3-D" is the second and last studio album by American heavy metal band Wrathchild America, released in 1991 by Atlantic Records. This is the band's last studio album before they changed their name to Souls at Zero in 1993.
- genre: Groove metal
- released in (24 years ago)
- "3-D" is the debut album by SPC ECO, originally released in 2009, and re-released on January 1, 2010.