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three-dimensional

, three-D, 3-D
1. of, having, or relating to three dimensions
2. (of a film, transparency, etc.) simulating the effect of depth by presenting slightly different views of a scene to each eye
3. having volume

three-dimensional

[′thrē di′men·chən·əl]
(science and technology)
Giving the illusion of depth, in three dimensions.
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With its three-dimensional shape now determined, Musca can be used as a laboratory for testing star formation, astrochemical and dust-formation theories," Dr Tritsis said.
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* Simultaneously the teacher draws a table on the board to record a tally of scores when each group present the features of the three-dimensional object.
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While these simple manipulatives may be most valuable for the kinesthetic learners in a class, all students need to construct three-dimensional mental images in order to understand a wide array of structures and processes.
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Learning comes through visualization of a whole concept, Thinking is in images, may be three-dimensional, and occurs all at once, rather than in steps, Images take longer to translate into words.

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