Three; having three
= tri-dimensional; with capital initial, a trademark in the U.S. for a range of computer equipment.
A trailer or articulated lorry with three axles
(Of a mobile phone) having three frequencies, enabling it to be used in different regions (typically Europe and the US)
(Of a hat) having a brim turned up on three sides
A breathing mixture for deep-sea divers, composed of nitrogen, helium, and oxygen
Having or relating to three axes, especially in mechanical or astronomical contexts
(Of a pair of glasses) having lenses with three parts with different focal lengths
An early type of airplane with three pairs of wings, one above the other
Of or relating to the parliamentary system operating in South Africa between 1983 and 1994, in which the legislature consisted of three ethnically based houses
Of or having three lines
(Of a person) speaking three languages fluently
Any of a group of peptides containing three amino-acid residues in the molecule
Another term for tricentennial.
A thyroid hormone similar to thyroxine but having greater potency