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dimension

noun [C]
 
 
/ˌdaɪˈmenʃən/
a measurement of something in a particular direction, especially its height, length, or width: The estate agent's brochure specifies the dimensions of each room. approximate/exact/precise dimensions
a part or feature of something: Good managers will analyse every dimension of job satisfaction. One other dimension of e-commerce readiness is integration between information systems. The information-based economy has the potential to add a new dimension to economic success.
Translations of “dimension”
in Arabic بُعد…
in Korean 관점…
in Malaysian luas…
in French dimension…
in Turkish yön, boyut, taraf…
in Italian dimensione, aspetto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 空間,尺寸, 層面,維度, 特點…
in Russian измерение, аспект, размер…
in Polish wymiar, aspekt, rozmiar…
in Vietnamese kích thước…
in Spanish dimensión…
in Portuguese dimensão…
in Thai การหามิติ…
in German das Maß…
in Catalan dimensió…
in Japanese 要素, 局面…
in Indonesian matra, dimensi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 空间,尺寸, 层面,维度, 特点…
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