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3D

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(also 3-D)

Definition of 3D in English:

noun

The quality of being three-dimensional: all their projects are modelled in 3D from start to finish today saw the debut of the BBC’s new weather graphics, in 3D and with dynamic imaging
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  • From the early 'pioneering' days (when there was resistance from certain quarters of the archaeological and television world) to today (where it is almost 'de rigueur' to have 3D to help explain archaeological findings), the acceptance of virtual archaeology as a tool is almost complete.
  • The map is in true 3D to accurately represent the positions of all systems.
  • At the same time, it relegated the 3D to the background.

adjective

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Three-dimensional: a 3D model
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  • Designing art for 3-D games presents some unique challenges.
  • The use of 3-D displays or models can be of immense value in bringing a new dimension to learning.
  • This weakens the interface between 4-D and 3-D planes.

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