-dimensional Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of “-dimensional” in the English Dictionary

"-dimensional" in British English

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-dimensionalsuffix

uk   us   /-daɪ.men.ʃən.əl/ /-dɪ-/
having ​measurements in the ​stateddirections: a ​three-dimensionalfigure
(Definition of -dimensional from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"-dimensional" in American English

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-dimensionalsuffix

 /dəˈmen·ʃə·nəl/

-dimensional suffix (MEASUREMENT)

having ​measurements in one or more different ​directions, esp. ​height, ​length, or ​width: a ​three-dimensionalfigure

-dimensional suffix (QUALITY)

(of a thing or ​situation) having one or more ​parts or ​qualities that have an ​effect on the way you ​think about it: a multi-dimensional ​problem
(Definition of -dimensional from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"-dimensional" in Business English

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-dimensionalsuffix

having a particular ​number of dimensions (= ​measurements or ​features): a ​three-dimensionalfigure The ​response to future ​crisesneeds to be multi-dimensional.
(Definition of -dimensional from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “-dimensional”
in Chinese (Simplified) 维度, 维数…
in Chinese (Traditional) 維度, 維數…
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