Definition of "2d" [2d]

  • Two-dimensional; 2D. (abbreviation)
  • Second, as in: after the first; commonly used in legal writing. (abbreviation)
  • Two pence, tuppence (in pre-decimalisation currency, never used for 'two new pence'). (abbreviation) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "2d" in a sentence
  • "Vindication. by CHAHtES 2d — GEORGE 2d* 377 by his pamphlets, he had acquired friends by his powers of pleafing, who did not, with the ufual in - ftability of friendfliips, defert him amidft his diftref - fes."
  • "I now have a taste to learn how to do this creative work myself. ad avatar in 2d is the best CGI until now in 3d its really magic, i believe its gonna change the cinema and give it anew color and style"
  • "The Green Bag 2d is publishing a set of trivia-ish questions I put together related to the text of the Constitution; and it would be great if a few people who like such things could try to answer the questions, and let me know whether they think the instructions are flawed or imprecise in certain ways."