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1Four-dimensional.‘the motion of the pendulum in a 4D space’
- 1.1 Relating to or denoting a 3D film or video game featuring additional effects such as smells, movement, and simulated weather.‘a fully immersive 4D film experience’
- 1.2 Relating to an ultrasound scan of a fetus featuring 3D images and movement.‘they went for a 4D scan of her twins at 30 weeks’
- 1.1 Relating to or denoting a 3D film or video game featuring additional effects such as smells, movement, and simulated weather.
The quality of being four-dimensional.‘the film has even been released in 4D in Japan, complete with smog effects and seat movement’
1990s: abbreviation of four-dimensional.
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