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three-D

noun
1.
a three-dimensional effect
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  • The next morning, Perry found himself desperately embroiled in ordering more goop for the three-d printers.

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  • He gestured at the rapid prototyping machines they had, the three-d printer and scanner setups.

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  • The air was permeated with the familiar Saran-Wrap-in-a-microwave tang of three-d printers.

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  • One of the little rats had gotten a three-d scan of his head while he was walking by and had made the bust on spec.

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