Having four dimensions, typically the three dimensions of space (length, breadth, and depth) plus time.
More example sentences
- The theory that Paul described in particular involves a four-dimensional space plus one time dimension, which he called the bulk.
- They again use an extra dimension of space, imagining that our world is a three-dimensional ‘brane’ embedded in a four-dimensional space (plus one time dimension, as usual).
- It's also possible to picture each card as a point in four-dimensional space, where each of a point's four coordinates assumes one of three possible values.
Definition of four-dimensional in:
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