|stereoscope, three-dimensional microscope||stereomicroscope|
|(1864-1909) German mathematician who developed the concept of four-dimensional space-time||Minkowski|
|3-dimensional art||environmental art|
|3-dimensional sculpture or cast of a person or animal||stat. (statue)|
|8-sided, 3-dimensional figure, three-dimensional figure with eight plane surfaces||octahedron|
|ability to be molded, ability to keep shape after change, flexibility, pliability, pliancy, elasticity, malleability, three-dimensional quality||plasticity|
|accommodations, compartment of space marked off by walls within a building; space, two- or three-dimensional area, occupy a room, lodge, dwell, part of a building, people in a room, scope, share living quarters with somebody, usable space||room|
|add counterstain, additional stain for microscope specimen, second stain applied to a previous stain (on a microscopic specimen)||counterstain|
|aircraft, flat, flat surface, flat surface on which any geometrical line that joins two points can lie (Geometry); two-dimensional surface (Art); airplane; rank, level; type of tree; bladed tool used to smooth wood, planar; level, even, level of realit...||plane|
|any celestial object, area of influence, encircle, field of knowledge or activity, form into ball, former concept of celestial layer, globe, group in society, place in heaven, round solid figure, round three-dimensional geometric figure whose surface i...||sphere|
|apparently three-dimensional, habitually touching people, of touch, pertaining to the sense of touch; tangible, capable of being perceived by touch, pleasant to touch||tactile|
|art of forming three-dimensional works using any of several techniques (such as welding, modeling, carving, etc.); three-dimensional work of art, creation of three-dimensional art, form a three-dimensional work of art using any of several techniques (s...||sculpture|
|axis in three-dimensional coordinate system, axis in two-dimensional coordinate system||x-axis|
|axis in three-dimensional coordinate system, vertical axis||y-axis|
|be sculptor, carve or model material, change shape of something naturally, create three-dimensional artwork using any of several techniques (carving, modeling, welding, etc.); form, mold, make sculpture||sculpt|
|being or having a mechanism which causes a quick upward or forward motion; becoming three dimensional when opened (Art); appearing temporarily when activated (Computers), item with pop-up figures, pop fly, pop-fly, ball that is hit high up in the air b...||pop-up|
|carved decoration, ornament embossed in low relief, cameo; picture printed in two colors which appears three-dimensional when viewed through special eyeglasses (Optics), three-dimensional picture||anaglyph|
|change in economic cycle, change increasingly, continuous circling flat curve, continuously circling with flat curves, curve that twists around a fixed center point; three dimensional curve turning around an axis, helix; something having a spiral-like ...||spiral|
|changing proportionally, long and narrow, of the first degree, relating to a straight line, relating to lines, straight; one dimensional; pertaining to length; involving or resembling lines; narrow and elongated; involving linear functions or equations...||linear|
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