- a having or involving or marked by several dimensions or aspects
a multidimensional proposition
a multidimensional personality
- And more complex chords inhabit spaces that are as hard to visualize as the multidimensional universes of string theory.
- This level of thematic and creative artistry is rare in the controlled realm of filmmaking, let alone in a multidimensional arena with thousands of performers and visual set pieces .
- An assignment to develop a better way to present multidimensional data led to the realization that such a tool could be valuable in lots of places.
- Ban Ki-moon in Reuters India
If not handled properly, this crisis could result in a cascade of others ...... and become a multidimensional problem affecting economic growth, social progress and even political security around the world,Ban told the conference.
- Brian Burke in Detroit Free Press
Chris has been a very important multidimensional player for us the last two seasons, providing skill, physical play and leadership,Ducks general manager Brian Burke said in a news release. "We are very pleased to have him signed prior to...
- Wojciech Jaruzelski in International Herald Tribune
Martial law was an evil, but it saved Poland from a multidimensional catastrophe,Jaruzelski said - a reference to his long-standing insistence that the crackdown saved the country from a Soviet military intervention.