What are one-dimensional signs
Part of speech: adjectiveIncreases:
- positive one-dimensional, Comparative —, Superlative —
- a | di | men | si | o | nal, No increase
- IPA: [ˈAɪ̯ndimɛnzi̯oˌnaːl]
- 1) having one dimension
- 1) 1D
- Determinative compound from the numeralsa and the adjective dimensional
- 1) three-dimensional, two-dimensional
- 1) dimensional
- 1) "Height refers to the distance between an object point and a reference line or surface. she is a one-dimensional Size."
- 1) transfer: “But Elektra thinks one-dimensional"For them there is only revenge."
- 1) transfer: “Karenina partially does it, possibly, but Karenina thinks one-dimensional, only in one direction. "
- 1) transfer: "He thinks one-dimensional, without alternative."
- English: 1) one-dimensional
- Romanian: 1) monodimensional, unidimensional
- Swedish: 1) end-dimensional
- Czech: 1) jednorozměrný
Practical example sentences
Automatically selected examples in German:
„With his new book 'Der Bücherdrache', Walter Moers proves that he can still enchant his readers. Yet the story is one-dimensional and more of a narrative than a novel.“
Bernerzeitung.ch, April 16, 2019
„In the past he was considered to be too one-dimensional criticized.“
HORIZONT.NET, August 20, 2018
„Boys Love Manga still struggle with prejudice, pretty much one-dimensional to be. Either the genre is only hinted at or the plot slips into hard Yaoi scenes.“
Sumikai, October 16, 2018
„So one-dimensional is just not life.“
stern.de, July 24, 2019
„It is important, however, that the color tone is not one-dimensional works. The choice of shade should therefore be tailored to the skin type and eye color.“
Gala.de, April 8, 2019
„"Drei Schwestern" in Darmstadt gives Olga, Mascha and Irina such a bad report that it one-dimensional becomes.“
Frankfurter Rundschau, August 21, 2020
„But just like that one-dimensional of course it is not. It's still important to land on the first page of the Google search results page, especially when it comes to B2C products.“
t3n, July 15, 2020
„He used to be complete one-dimensional up and down the line.“
Sport1.de, February 23, 2020
„In Vikings season 5, Ivar was quite the one one-dimensional Villain. The 6th season shows him so far from a new side and suddenly he is the highlight of the series.“
moviepilot.de, February 03, 2020
„Hollywood cinema has been all about equality since #MeToo. Often times one-dimensional. A brief overview.“
DiePresse.com, September 29, 2020
The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.
Grammar / Declinations
Inflection one-dimensional - The declension of the adjective one-dimensional
|Masculine||the one-dimensional||of the one-dimensional||the one-dimensional||the one-dimensional|
|Feminine||the one-dimensional||the one-dimensional||the one-dimensional||the one-dimensional|
|neuter||the one-dimensional||of the one-dimensional||the one-dimensional||the one-dimensional|
|Plural||the one-dimensional||the one-dimensional||the one-dimensional||the one-dimensional|
|Masculine||a one-dimensional||a one-dimensional||a one-dimensional||a one-dimensional|
|Feminine||a one-dimensional||a one-dimensional||a one-dimensional||a one-dimensional|
|neuter||a one-dimensional||a one-dimensional||a one-dimensional||a one-dimensional|
Thesaurus & Synonyms
- linear: running in the form of a line; steady in one direction, without digression; affecting all in the same way; Mathematics: always reacting to a change in one parameter with a proportional change in another parameter
- having only one variable
- univariant (technical)
Another word (synonym) for one-dimensional - source: OpenThesaurus
Entries from our dictionary containing "one-dimensional":
three dimensional: having three dimensions Opposite words: 1) one-dimensional, two-dimensional, four-dimensional Superordinate terms: 1) multi-dimensional, multi-dimensional Application examples: 1) The cube is a three-dimensional body
line: ... or path between two or more points b) Geometry: Line: straight, one-dimensional body that is infinitely long and infinitely thin c) ...
two-dimensional: 2D origin of the term: determinative compound from the numerals two and the adjective dimensional Opposite words: 1) one-dimensional, three-dimensional Superordinate terms: 1) dimensional Examples of use: 1) He drew the pyramid as a two-dimensional representation
dimensional: three-dimensional, one-dimensional, n-dimensional, two-dimensional Translations English: dimensional Swedish: med dimension, -dimensionell
flat: ... 1) spherical application examples: 1) "The basic shape of the support elements can be one-dimensional rod-shaped or two-dimensional flat." 1) "The most flat images ...
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one-dimensional (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: ein | di | men | si | o | na | le Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…
one-dimensional (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: ein | di | men | si | o | na | lem Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…
one-dimensional (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: ein | di | men | si | o | na | len Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…
one-dimensional (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: ein | di | men | si | o | na | ler Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…
one-dimensional (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: ein | di | men | si | o | na | les Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…
a can (German) Part of Speech: Conjugated Form Hyphenation: ein | do | se Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈaɪ̯nˌdoːzə]…
can (German) Part of Speech: Verb Conjugations: Present: Ich dose ein; you doze off; he, she, there is a simple past tense: I doze ...
canning (German) Part of Speech: Participle I Hyphenation: ein | do | send Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈaɪ̯nˌdoːzn̩t]…
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