Did you perchance mean tridimensional?
- adj. alternative spelling of three-dimensional.
“One such shortcoming is that structures in threedimensional space overlap in a conventional, two-dimensional, X-ray photograph.”
“Turning the Pages uses threedimensional animation which allows the viewer to mimic the action of turning each page on a computer screen.”
“Linda's point of view was valuable to me, at least in terms of giving a threedimensional picture of what happenes when Beth's body goes boom.”
“Many years later, the unique NMR spectral features that enabled the early work with these metalloproteins had an important role in various aspects of the development of the NMR method for threedimensional protein structure determination.”
“AA: I wanted my human characters to be completely threedimensional.”
“Their eyes are placed close together on the front of their face, so that the right and left fields of vision overlap somewhat, giving them threedimensional, binocular vision.”
“Earlier indications of right hemisphere specialization in the lateral lesion data, such as in facial recognition, dressing, making block designs, drawing threedimensional cubes, etc., had been ascribed to asymmetry in the sensory and motor-executive realms primarily rather than in higher central cognitive levels.”
“And he has also introduced the vulgar nobility to kite fighting and threedimensional chess.”
“They hesitated over the uneven threedimensional curve of her breasts as though they had not figured that out yet.”
“The lights came on, the threedimensional vision faded, and I felt as if I had been wrenched from a dream.”
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