Definition of Third dimension

1. Noun. The dimension whereby a solid object differs from a two-dimensional drawing of it.

Generic synonyms: Dimension



Definition of Third dimension

1. Noun. the quality, of depth or thickness, that differentiates a solid object from a two-dimensional image of it ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Third Dimension

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third conditional
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third cranial nerve
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third dimension (current term)
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Literary usage of Third dimension

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1. A Manual of Psychology by George Frederick Stout (1899)
"Finally, the constant presentation of our own organism as extended, is a great help towards the presentation of the third dimension. For whenever we touch ..."

2. An Inquiry Into the Human Mind, on the Principles of Common Sense by Thomas Reid (1823)
"eluding thickness i and a surface may be either plain in this third dimension, or it may be incur- vated : so that the notion ot'a third dimension en- ters ..."

3. A Practical Treatise on Bridge-construction: Being a Text-book on the Design by Thomas Claxton Fidler (1887)
"To acquire the same information in a more direct and ready manner, we must consider the influence of the third dimension. 132. The third dimension—Sectional ..."

4. The Works of Thomas Reid, D.D., Now Fully Collected, with Selections from by Thomas Reid, William Hamilton, Dugald Stewart (1863)
"The being we have supposed, having no conception of a third dimension, ... For a curve surface implies curvature in a third dimension, and я plain surface ..."

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