Traducción de three-dimensional en español:


tridimensional, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌθridəˈmɛn(t)ʃ(ə)n(ə)l/ /ˌθriːdɪˈmɛnʃ(ə)n(ə)l/ /ˌθriːdʌɪˈmɛnʃ(ə)n(ə)l/

Ver definición en español de tridimensional


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    • Those topographic features scatter ambient light in such a way that a three-dimensional image appears.
    • The fibrils appear to be three-dimensional and interlocking and to consist of fibrillar bundles.
    • As I sat on a bench in the huge courtyard, admiring the myriads of rose gardens, a three-dimensional vision suddenly appeared.
    • As space is three-dimensional, he went on to experiment with three-dimensional geometric solids.
    • This is the first solid figure, the three-dimensional form of the triangle.
    • It is neither a disembodied image like painting nor a fully three-dimensional object like sculpture.
    • It commonly appears as a spongy mass because of the three-dimensional meshwork.
    • A hologram is a three-dimensional image produced by a laser beam.
    • The visual impact is heightened and given greater depth in some of the paintings by creating a three-dimensional effect.
    • The curtain wall is extra deep in profile to give it a more three-dimensional appearance.
    • A crystalline solid is a solid consisting of atoms arranged in an orderly three-dimensional matrix.
    • We map each configuration on a number of rectangular three-dimensional grids as follows.
    • Colorants and sculpting tools are used to create decorative three-dimensional forms.
    • Each set of atomic coordinates for a model was placed within a three-dimensional grid of cubes.
    • The refraction of the light also gives the moon a three-dimensional appearance.
    • The pattern of X-ray diffraction reveals the three-dimensional structure of the protein.
    • If you watched for a couple of cycles you obtained a very clear idea of the three-dimensional structure of the station.
    • An ionic compound is composed of a network of ions that results in a three-dimensional matrix of cations and anions.
    • Lone pairs of electrons play a critical role in determining the three-dimensional shape of molecules.
    • If you look at a needle it looks like a one-dimensional line from a long distance, but really it's three-dimensional.
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    (in movies)
    en tres dimensiones