:having or relating to multiple dimensions or aspects
- multidimensional calculus
- Such multidimensional spaces are, of course, impossible to draw in our ordinary space. But scientists can draw a two- or three-dimensional cross section of a multidimensional space …
- —John Briggs and F. David Peat
- … a combination of services that result in a multidimensional approach to education …
- —Corrine E. Munoz-Plaza et al.
- … he shows us both the inner and outer lives of the athletes, transforming them from heroes or villains into the kind of multidimensional characters you expect to find in good fiction.
- —Bill Ott
Due to the multidimensionality of grief, with its physical, emotional, and psychological expression … clinical symptoms of grief are often misinterpreted as symptoms of depression … .
—Sara Sanders and Kathryn Betts Adams
They noted that a theoretical understanding of the underlying processes can serve as a guide in navigating the multidimensionality, uncertainty, and complexity that is teaching.
—Mike Yough et al.