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Of or involving several dimensions or aspects.‘multidimensional space’‘a novel that lends itself to multidimensional readings’
- ‘Rather, they seem to use conventional medical diagnoses as one element in a broad, multidimensional approach.’
- ‘The 46-word vocabulary test was derived from the multidimensional aptitude battery.’
- ‘He also derides M-theory - the idea that we live in multidimensional space.’
- ‘The quantification of chronic fatigue is problematic because of the multidimensional nature of the condition.’
- ‘Distance matrix is a method to visualize multidimensional data.’
- ‘Finally, this overly economistic representation of globalization detracts from the multidimensional character of the phenomenon.’
- ‘Poverty was recognised as a complex and multidimensional problem.’
- ‘Without a doubt, this is a multidimensional issue that defies a simple response.’
- ‘The second issue is the computational complexity of the search over the space of possible multidimensional models.’
- ‘We have already started multidimensional analysis of consumer behaviour.’
- ‘This is achieved by the presence of flexible mechanisms that interact in multidimensional networks of regulation at many levels of cellular activities.’
- ‘Does your student's prospective school encourage or require the use of multidimensional forms of expression?’
- ‘Class is complex, class changes, class is multidimensional.’
- ‘Economic indicators focus primarily on income poverty, whereas health indicators provide a measure of the multidimensional nature of poverty.’
- ‘The cyclic nature of this phenomenon is multidimensional and complex.’
- ‘He worked on conjugate functions in multidimensional euclidean space and the theory of functions of a complex variable.’
- ‘The effect is a multidimensional exploration of Irish culture and of the nature of fiction, much influenced by Joyce.’
- ‘On the other hand, the present findings do support the proposed multidimensional nature of behavioral inhibition.’
- ‘At that point, the team begins constructing an alternative, multidimensional solution to the problem.’
- ‘Critics often claim, furthermore, that the characters are more like types than real, multidimensional people.’
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