Traducción de two-dimensional en Español:

two-dimensional

bidimensional, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌtudəˈmɛn(t)ʃ(ə)n(ə)l//ˌtuːdʌɪˈmɛnʃ(ə)n(ə)l/

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    bidimensional
    • Eight glossily painted, two-dimensional wooden horses hinged to one another stretched across the room.
    • When asked to identify a cube illustrated on a two-dimensional computer screen, for example, Mr. May failed.
    • Assuming aggregation happens on the cell surface, we choose a two-dimensional hexagonal lattice.
    • The same two-dimensional model could consistently describe the data from both men and women.
    • The second space included ceramic and two-dimensional work made while he taught in Alfred, N.Y.
    • The computer collects signals from different depths and combines them to make a two-dimensional image of the skin.
    • Since they were interested in the entire stem they applied a two-dimensional cylindrical symmetrical model.
    • In principle there are infinitely many three-dimensional forms that could correspond to a given two-dimensional perspective picture.
    • After looking at two-dimensional patterns made up of red and white squares and triangles, you have to reproduce these patterns using cubes with red and white faces.
    • Byzantine art is often criticized as flat, two-dimensional, hieratic, and unchanging.
    • It offers a more useful visualization device than the traditional two-dimensional diagrams of inputs and outputs.
    • The simulations have evolved from two-dimensional models and solutions to three-dimensional ones.
    • We all think of a line segment as being one-dimensional, a square two-dimensional and a cube three-dimensional, but what does this really mean?
    • The painting was cartoon-like, very flat and two-dimensional, exuding comic flair and hilarity.
    • The envelope expresses texture and depth not through carving, but through two-dimensional patterns on the skin.
    • A shape is a flat, two-dimensional area having only length and width.
    • The influence of two-dimensional Japanese art is clearly visible.
    • When people think of two-dimensional art, they usually think of work done in oil, watercolor, pastel or charcoal.
    • For example, paper might appear to be two-dimensional because it is so thin.
    • Because the net is two-dimensional, it can easily be visualized.