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a. 三维的, 立体的, 真实的



    three-dimensional
    [ adj ]
    1. having three dimensions

    2. <adj.all>
    3. involving or relating to three dimensions or aspects; giving the illusion of depth

    4. <adj.all>
      lifelike three-dimensional characters
      a three-dimensional account of conditions under the new government
      they shot the movie in three-D


    1. John Gielgud's Friar Lawrence was even better than one might have forecast, perfect verse-speaking blended with a three-dimensional characterisation of this amenable priest.
    2. Although the nerdy Arno never actually rapes the frozen females he encounters, he gladly uses them as three-dimensional pin-ups for some acrobatic self-abuse. At first, it is hard to know just how to take Baker's novel.
    3. The joint project has already produced several imaging tools to make surgeons' life easier. Over the last few years, participants have been working with three-dimensional pictures of patients' skulls and brains.
    4. At times the language is played more for sensuous charm than for disturbing force; and only Cara Kelly, in the central role of Pegeen, goes for a thoroughly three-dimensional realisation of a role.
    5. Without laboring the parallels, Ms. Himmelfarb draws a three-dimensional portrait of how the Victorians confronted something very like our underclass.
    6. It's the third time, however, the magazine has included a hologram _ a three-dimensional photo _ on its cover.
    7. For example, Silicon Graphics computers are capable of three-dimensional imaging used by automotive companies to simulate car wrecks, but of little marketability to more mainstream businesses, such as stock brokerages, he said.
    8. Biochemist David Eisenberg, whose study was published in today's issue of the journal Science, spent 18 years determining the three-dimensional arrangement of RuBisCO, a protein that sustains life by making plants grow.
    9. The Dolphin system, which costs $30,000, uses sound emitted from a hand-held pointer and four microphones above the patient's head to create a three-dimensional, computer image that can be altered to show the effects of treatment.
    10. International consolidations are akin to playing three-dimensional chess through a mirror. All of this takes place at a time when computing has never been more 'personal.'
    11. Improved computational methods, measuring techniques and manufacturing technology are contributing to the introduction of advanced three-dimensional blading, says Mr Levander.
    12. Populated by artists and computer scientists, a resident cat and sometimes a large black dog, the laboratory is exploring gee-whiz ideas ranging from talking computers to three-dimensional, holographic images that seemingly float in midair.
    13. "The tension is off," said Carol Swinehart of Michigan Sea Grant, one of the sponsors of an expensive expedition to explore shipwrecks with a small, deep-water robot that takes three-dimensional video pictures.
    14. They range from a $14,995 monochrome-display workstation to a $49,985 color-screen version offering three-dimensional modeling and animation.
    15. The navigation system is designed to provide the United States and allied land, sea and air forces with worldwide three-dimensional position and velocity information.
    16. This was not an interpretation in the Pasero, Rossi Lemeni, Christoff tradition, but it was a three-dimensional creation.
    17. The carving would also be done in the round, a three-dimensional undertaking that could be seen from all directions.
    18. Intel said the i860 is ideal for computation-intensive applications and those requiring the interactive display of three-dimensional images, such as fluid dynamics, molecular modeling, structural analysis and econometric modeling.
    19. The effect is important because it means a laser can, say, store huge amounts of data as a three-dimensional image in a photorefractive material, by taking advantage of the distorting effect the laser creates in the material.
    20. The three-dimensional image of the hologram is produced by printing the photo with microscopic ridges _ 20,000 per inch, on rolls of clear plastic.
    21. Sharp Electronics and Loughborough University are among many organisations working on three-dimensional television. One idea is to create an array of tiny holographic lenses in the photosensitive screen.
    22. CAE has yet to master three-dimensional imaging, and the sharpness of the pictures does not match the human eye.
    23. Up to 24 exposures on conventional film can be used to fashion one three-dimensional image. The film is processed normally and then scanned digitally.
    24. Lasers are used to make pinholes in the nipples of baby bottles, study components of car exhaust and form the three-dimensional holograms used on credit cards _ and maybe someday dollar bills.
    25. Their to-do list includes making advances in medical lasers, cameras, high-definition television, surgically implanted eye lenses and the creation of three-dimensional images.
    26. These sculptures can be seen as three-dimensional manifestations of the art of Rossetti, William Morris, Burne-Jones, Albert Moore, Lord Leighton and GF Watts.
    27. The agreement gives CCNV the right to make two-dimensional copies such as Christmas cards and posters of the statue entitled "Third World America." Reid retains the right to make both two- and three-dimensional copies of the sculpture, the CCNV said.
    28. Another use would be three-dimensional medical imaging that would allow doctors thousands of miles away to simultaneously analyze lifelike images.
    29. Such an ability to do many calculations simultaneously makes three-dimensional modeling during the designing of airplanes, cars and other products much more sophisticated and will perhaps lead to safer designs.
    30. The reflections from rocks under the seabed are picked up by lines of underwater sound receivers, known as hydrophones, towed by the boats. But three-dimensional surveys use many more air guns and hydrophone lines placed in parallel.
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