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Definition of the adjective third-dimensional
What does third-dimensional mean as an attribute of a noun?
- involving or relating to three dimensions or aspects; giving the illusion of depth
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Encyclopedia of Astrology (2005)
In addition, there is undoubtedly a third-dimensional motion above and below the plane of the Sun's travel. Latest astronomical opinion is that the 14° band in which the planets revolve is inclined by approximately 60° to a similar band in which ...
The World Book Dictionary (2003)
... so deftly placed that the effect is third-dimensional (New York Times). third estate or Third Estate, persons not in the nobility or clergy, especially in French history; common people. third eyelid, = nictitating membrane. third fore*, any person or.
A manufacturing process (called isotropically etched double-diffusion MOS process) based on the technique of using V-shaped grooves in the silicon wafer to provide a third-dimensional surface. This allows for a smaller chip geometry than ...
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