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noun 1. Mathematics. a property of space; extension in a given direction: A straight line has one **dimension**, a parallelogram has two **dimensions**, and a parallelepiped ...

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It was like encountering an inhabitant of the fourth **dimension** of space, a being who was free from all one's own limitations.

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She carefully measured each **dimension** of the room. The social **dimensions** of the problem must also be taken into account.

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The **dimension** of a vector space is the number of vectors in any basis for the space, i.e. the number of coordinates necessary to specify any vector.

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A straight line has one **dimension**, a parallelogram has two **dimensions**, and a parallelepiped has three **dimensions**.

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**Dimension** is defined as scope or a measurable portion of space that extends in a certain direction.

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di·men·sion (dĭ-mĕn′shən, dī-) n. 1. A measure of spatial extent, especially width, height, or length. 2. often **dimensions** Extent or magnitude; scope: a ...

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**dimensión** . f. Longitud, extensión o volumen de una línea, una superficie o un cuerpo respectivamente: con estas gafas verá la película en tres dimensiones.

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