Definition of multidimensional in English:

multidimensional

Syllabification: mul·ti·di·men·sion·al
Pronunciation: /ˌməltēdəˈmen(t)SH(ə)n(ə[]l
 
, ˌməltīdəˈmen(t)SH(ə)n(ə)l
 
/

adjective

Of or involving several dimensions or aspects: multidimensional space a novel that lends itself to multidimensional readings
More example sentences
  • He also derides M-theory - the idea that we live in multidimensional space.
  • The second issue is the computational complexity of the search over the space of possible multidimensional models.
  • He worked on conjugate functions in multidimensional euclidean space and the theory of functions of a complex variable.

Derivatives

multidimensionality

Pronunciation: /-dəˌmenCHəˈnalətē/
noun
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  • Unfortunately, the spectrum of conflict that is emerging in the early twenty-first century is distinguished by its merging categories, its multidimensionality and its unprecedented interaction.
  • Therefore it is important to show that Islam has the same multidimensionality as Catholicism - and any other religion - concerning economic and political matters.
  • The multidimensionality of racial identity and its impact on the various communication dimensions of classroom learning led to the following research question and hypothesis.

multidimensionally

Pronunciation: /-dəˈmenCHənl-ē/
adverb
More example sentences
  • Research designs should further allow consideration of spiritual change, assessed multidimensionally, over time to assess whether such change represents a necessary condition for substance abuse behavior change.
  • Combat would instead be multidimensionally and comprehensively joint.

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