# Associations to the word «Dimensional»

## Noun

- Manifold
- Subspace
- Hilbert
- Vector
- Tomography
- Algebra
- Lattice
- Geometry
- Topology
- Space
- Tensor
- Dimension
- Three
- Integral
- Matrice
- Visualization
- Fourier
- Curvature
- Polygon
- Gel
- Generalization
- Vertex
- Coordinate
- Cube
- Spectroscopy
- Rn
- Theorem
- Symmetry
- Array
- Imaging
- Two
- 3d
- Diffraction
- Projection
- Euler
- Automaton
- Microscopy
- Analog
- Scaling
- Conformation
- Extra
- Duality
- Relativity
- Matrix
- Graphic
- Representation
- Resonance
- Sphere
- Equation
- Graph
- Subset
- Chromatography
- Scanning
- Integer
- Mapping
- Modeling
- Rotation
- Glossary
- Pixel
- Helix
- Plane

## Adjective

## Wiktionary

DIMENSIONAL, adjective. Of or pertaining to dimensions.

DIMENSIONAL, adjective. (comparable) Having dimension or dimensions; three-dimensional.

DIMENSIONAL, adjective. (mathematics) Appended to cardinal numbers or algebraic symbols to form adjectives meaning "having the stated number of dimensions".

DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS, noun. (physics) The study of the dimensions of physical quantities; used to obtain information about large complex systems, and as a means of checking mathematical and physics equations.

DIMENSIONAL LUMBER, noun. (US) Lumber that is finished/planed and cut to standardized width and depth specified in inches.

DIMENSIONAL SHINGLE, noun. (roofing) A shingle that is textured, overlayed, or laminated and designed to produce a three-dimensional effect.

DIMENSIONAL STABILITY, noun. The degree to which a material maintains its original dimensions when subjected to changes in temperature and humidity.

DIMENSIONAL STONE, noun. Dimension stone.

## Dictionary definition

DIMENSIONAL, adjective. Of or relating to dimensions.

DIMENSIONAL, adjective. Having dimension--the quality or character or stature proper to a person; "never matures as a dimensional character; he is pasty, bland, faceless"- Norman Cousins.

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