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breadth

breadth

/ˈbɹɛdθ/
noun
the distance between two sides of something
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When Amazon heard about the breadth of the issue, they took over the case.

Those consoles were praised at the time for their breadth of content and specs and largely saw rave reviews.

And I just want to say thank you to everyone all over the world, throughout the length and breadth.

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depth

depth

/ˈdɛpθ/
noun
the distance below the top surface of something
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My poor master was in the depths of despair.

"It's something we discussed in depth.

The latest research reveals that plastic pollution is everywhere, even at the lowest depths of the ocean.

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height

height

/ˈhaɪt/
noun
the distance from the top to the bottom of something or someone
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Today, the Burj Khalifa building in Dubai is nearly six times that height.

This restricted the height of the walls.

Is there a limit to the height of skyscrapers?

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length

length

/ˈɫɛŋkθ/, /ˈɫɛŋθ/
noun
the distance from one end to the other end of an object that shows how long it is
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Especially since average video length is like eight to ten minutes long.

The strings vary in length and thickness to create different tones.

A throw bag is simply a bag, and inside of it is a length of floating rope.

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weight

weight

/ˈweɪt/
noun
the heaviness of something or someone; how heavy something or someone is, which can be measured
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After a certain point, the added weight no longer yields additional range.

You must sell the correct weight.

Today, Sara's father is selling the correct weight.

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width

width

/ˈwɪdθ/
noun
the distance of something from side to side
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That's where there'll be graded and officially priced based on their width.

The knife blades are then extracted via a magnet and grinded down again to achieve an exact width.

It grew an inch and a half in width and gained about 400 pounds.

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dimension

dimension

/dɪˈmɛnʃən/
noun
a measure of the height, length, or width of an object in a certain direction
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The final dimension of timbre is the instrument’s flux.

So it takes a lot of knowledge of the weight and dimensions of every plane to get this right.

And we're able to achieve much greater capability in the same dimensions, the same weight.

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bulky

bulky

/ˈbəɫki/
adjective
of large size in a way that takes too much space
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One - It is bulky.

Eventually called Humvees, the bulky vehicles were designed to transport troops and cargo.

Even Microsoft's own team in Japan refused to endorse the Xbox because of its bulky design.

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compact

compact

/ˈkɑmpækt/, /kəmˈpækt/
adjective
formed in a way that uses space efficiently; smaller than usual
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It's a compact hatchback designed exclusively for the European market.

The other aspect of this gearbox is that it's extremely compact and light in weight.

This gearbox has got an extremely compact footprint, and that centralizes the weight of the gearbox.

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enormous

enormous

/iˈnɔɹməs/, /iˈnɔɹmɪs/, /ɪˈnɔɹməs/, /ɪˈnɔɹmɪs/
adjective
extremely large in size or quantity
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Another important factor that led to the enormous growth of the fast food industry was the automobile.

No. 3, we're probably going to have an enormous turnout in 2020.

Not to mention its cars' enormous dimensions and Dagmar bumpers, nicknamed after the voluptuous TV star.

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huge

huge

/ˈhjudʒ/, /ˈjudʒ/
adjective
very large in size, or great in degree or amount
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When satellite data for the region became available, they showed that huge forces had just transformed East Africa.

Google has huge data collections that it uses to improve its searches and select ads.

There is a huge screen in front of them. "

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tiny

tiny

/ˈtaɪni/
adjective
extremely small
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CSIs might even vacuum the entire area to collect tiny samples.

The malaria cycle begins with tiny parasites.

Now, when Jesse tenses these chest muscles, it creates a tiny electrical signal.

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narrow

narrow

/ˈnæɹoʊ/, /ˈnɛɹoʊ/
adjective
not wide; having a small width in comparison with the length
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Then she found a narrow cave.

Morris: We can have six wide bodies and six narrow bodies in simultaneously.

And they collect a very narrow margin.

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angle

angle

/ˈæŋɡəɫ/
noun
the space between two lines or surfaces that are joined, measured in degrees or radians
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I would like to know what camera that they used for the side... for the side angle.

This is a bad angle.

Trying to find a good angle.

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circular

circular

/ˈsɝkjəɫɝ/
adjective
formed or having a shape like a circle
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The recruits do some light exercises, like rolling their heads in a circular motion and running in place.

We are committed to the creation of a circular economy for plastics going forward.

That's because mixed economies seem best at handling the circular flow of goods, money, and resources.

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concentric

concentric

/kənˈsɛntɹɪk/
adjective
describing circles, arcs, or rings that have the same center
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The key insight is to look at a grid as a series of concentric squares.

Layering multiple patterns using concentric wheels lets us create more complex rhythms.

Each concentric sphere is an era.

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cube

cube

/ˈkjub/
noun
a figure, either hollow or solid, with six equally squared sides
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There's still a packing cube from my Valentine's Day trip that I need to wash.

Look, it's a logistical Rubik's cube.

Cheese is also cut into crumbles, sticks, cubes and other snack or garnish ready sizes.

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pyramid

pyramid

/ˈpɪɹəmɪd/
noun
a solid object with a square base and four triangular sides joined to a point on the top
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That's a classic sign of a pyramid scheme.

And pyramid schemes are illegal in all 50 states.

So, to a Roman, the pyramids were older than the Romans are to us today.

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diagonal

diagonal

/daɪˈæɡənəɫ/
adjective
(of a straight line) joining opposite corners of a flat shape at an angle
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But they don't go diagonal or they don't go up.

Mark where those lines intersect the diagonal wall.

It's the new 38-inch ultra wide 38 inches diagonal.

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horizontal

horizontal

/ˌhɔɹəˈzɑntəɫ/
adjective
going across and parallel to the ground and not up or down
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They found that the horizontal part was actually only a little bit shorter than the vertical part.

Or we could have horizontal stratus clouds way high above 6000 meters, forming icy cirrostratus layers.

Whether it's a gentle sea breeze or gale-force gusts, wind is any horizontal movement of air.

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vertical

vertical

/ˈvɝtɪkəɫ/
adjective
going straight up and down from a level surface or line; at an angle of 90 degrees with a flat surface
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These walls were made of vertical piles of bricks or stones.

Instead, thin steel beams were used to build a strong vertical framework for the walls.

Later, the vertical beams were covered with concrete to create attractive walls.

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oval

oval

/ˈoʊvəɫ/
adjective
rounded in shape but wider in one direction, such as the shape of an egg
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The answers lie in the workings of the bladder, an oval pouch that sits inside the pelvis.

But oval bokeh is just a small part of the major visual differences created by anamorphic lenses.

It was my second race ever on an oval.

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parallel

parallel

/ˈpɛɹəˌɫɛɫ/
adjective
being of the same distance from each other at every point and not converging
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Guaidó set up a parallel government and pledged to deliver aid.

We've designed an entire experience around the diamond creation process that actually parallel processes with someone's grief.

The answer is parallel evolution.

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prism

prism

/ˈpɹɪzəm/
noun
(geometry) a solid figure with flat sides and two parallel ends of the same size and shape
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I guess we could call it a rectangular prism.

And their images were combined with prisms.

But you can even make a prism out of a glass of water!

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rectangular

rectangular

/ɹɛkˈtæŋɡjəɫɝ/
adjective
shaped like a rectangle, with four right angles
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Of course unless you have a rectangular one.

I guess we could call it a rectangular prism.

A rectangular pyramid is a polyhedron.

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semicircle

semicircle

/sˈɛmɪsˌɜːkəl/
noun
any half of a circle
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A group of people who worked at Namale had formed a semicircle to sing a traditional Fiji farewell song.

The silicon is this grey part, this grey semicircle you see behind me.

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sphere

sphere

/ˈsfɪɹ/
noun
(geometry) a round object that every point on its surface has the same distance from its center
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People often attribute such experiences to paranormal forces outside the sphere of material life.

Our compressor is going to be a big sphere about 4 meters across, 15 feet across on the inside.

And into that big sphere, we are going to put liquid metal.

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round

round

/ˈɹaʊnd/
adjective
shaped like a circle or ball; having the shape or form of a circle or ball
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Later, round sundials were developed.

Marcia was short with a small round face and short black hair.

my face is too round.

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triangular

triangular

/tɹaɪˈæŋɡjəɫɝ/
adjective
having three sides and three angles; shaped like a triangle
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I've heard people my entire life say, oh, triangular Weed Eater line is best.

So this is a triangular line.

And then I'm going to have four triangular flat surfaces.

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symmetry

symmetry

/ˈsɪmətɹi/
noun
the quality of having two halves that are exactly the same, which are separated by an axis
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We look at the symmetry of the logos by the manufacturer, the zippers.

Just take facial symmetry.

Another pervasive thing is symmetry.

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