1. dimension (n) pl. dimensions: A specification of the spatial and directional limits of a given space, designated by a number representing the maximum number of lines in said instance of geometric space that can possibly exist such that the angle between any one of them and any other one of them is a right angle (also designated by the minimum number of points needed to define it minus one).

2. dimension (n) pl. dimensions: A category of related units of measurement that can be converted to one another from one another.

3. dimension (n) pl. dimensions: An alternate universe or a parallel universe, the latter usually referred to in fiction.

2. dimension (n) pl. dimensions: A category of related units of measurement that can be converted to one another from one another.

3. dimension (n) pl. dimensions: An alternate universe or a parallel universe, the latter usually referred to in fiction.

Definition 1 example: A plane exists in 2 dimensions because only 2 lines at a time can be mutually perpendicular in it.

Definition 2 example: The dimensions in question in the formula for speed are distance and time.

Definition 3 example: In this other dimension, the strange people with giant hands did things vastly differently.

Definition 2 example: The dimensions in question in the formula for speed are distance and time.

Definition 3 example: In this other dimension, the strange people with giant hands did things vastly differently.

by InvaderKap March 31, 2009

After you've drinken alot you seem to have entered another dimension. Where the world is a paradox and Britney Spears is hot.

After nine caronas it seems im in another dimension, where my head is spinning and my grandma over there is starting to look pretty hot!

by Fallen Ranger May 17, 2006

Eg. "His dimensions were seriously disappointing" or, "She had good dimensions up top, not a bad package all up."

by tinydancer10 June 02, 2010

To say that someone has dimensions is another way to say that someone is an arsehole. Stemmed from the colloquial phrase noting that someone's 'interesting'...

by Alex Quantashassle June 10, 2005