Meaning of three-dimensionality in English:



See three-dimensional

‘These dramas assume that their characters, although often wrong-headed and representative of flawed systems, have dignity and three-dimensionality.’
  • ‘The etchings are details of digitally recorded images - fragments of texture, leaves, patterns, visual shapes given three-dimensionality through the print.’
  • ‘The clarity of the metallic sculptures and the resulting illusion of three-dimensionality made me want to reach into the print and stroke them.’
  • ‘A dominant characteristic feature is the three-dimensionality of his compositions.’
  • ‘The curves of the body coupled with the three-dimensionality of the sculpture suggest the lushness of Caravaggio's rendering of young men, which is itself intensely sensual in an almost photographic way.’