Definition of spatiotemporal in English:

spatiotemporal

Syllabification: spa·ti·o·tem·po·ral
Pronunciation: /ˌspāSHēōˈtempərəl
 
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adjective

Physics & Philosophy
  • Belonging to both space and time or to space-time.
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    • If God is the only real cause of spatio-temporal phenomena, he is the only real cause of ‘thoughts’ or ‘perceptions.’
    • Specific accumulation regimes and modes of regulation are typically constructed in specific social spaces and spatio-temporal matrices.
    • The world we experience is a spatio-temporal world.

Derivatives

spatiotemporally

adverb
More example sentences
  • Third, although space and time are infinite, matter is spatio-temporally finite.
  • Socio-economic relations are spatio-temporally specific.

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