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tetra- +‎ space


tetraspace (uncountable)

  1. (mathematics) Four-dimensional space.
    • 2009, Michael J. Rosen, No Dribbling the Squid: Octopush, Shin Kicking, Elephant Polo, and Other Oddball Sports
      Out in tetraspace, skysurfing uniquely provides athletes the power to maneuver move up/down left/right and forward/backward, and to control their relative speed, which counts as a fourth dimension if you enjoy science, science fiction or psychotropic mushrooms.
    • 2011, David M. Boje, Storytelling and the Future of Organizations: An Antenarrative Handbook
      The shape that results from this extension of a cube into tetraspace is called a tesseract, or 4-hypercube (Figure 3.9).
    • 2014, Susan Barker, Sayonara Bar
      I cannonball through tetraspace on my quest to find Mariko.