How to Pronounce adiamorphic?

Correct pronunciation for the word "adiamorphic" is [ˌe͡ɪdi͡əmˈɔːfɪk], [ˌe‍ɪdi‍əmˈɔːfɪk], [ˌeɪ_d_iə_m_ˈɔː_f_ɪ_k].

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"Adiamorphic" in context

Adiamorphic is a unique term used to describe the process of transforming one structure into something else. It's often used in architecture, engineering, and other disciplines when it comes to transforming pieces of something into an entirely new form. The term typically describes the process of a morphic transformation, involving a 3D shape or a 4D form from a 2D input. The adiamorphic transformation technique is generally used to create pieces that fit the data points provided such as a shape, surface, feature, or contour. This type of transformation invokes creativity and doing so allows the creator to produce more creative, unique results than traditional methods.

Usage over time for adiamorphic:

This graph shows how "adiamorphic" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

2 words made out of letters ADIAMORPHIC

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