3-D Definition in Cambridge British English Dictionary
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3-D

uk   us   /ˌθriːˈdiː/
In a 3-D film or picture, the objects look real and solid instead of looking like a normal flat picture: a 3-D effect These computer games rely on 3-D graphics. The picture looks great because it's in 3-D
Translations of “3-D”
in Chinese (Traditional) (影片或圖片)三維的,立體的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (影片或图片)三维的,立体的…
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