cubical

[kyoo-bi-kuh l]

Origin of cubical

First recorded in 1490–1500; cubic + -al1
Related formscu·bi·cal·ly, adverbcu·bi·cal·ness, nounsub·cu·bi·cal, adjectiveun·cu·bi·cal, adjectiveun·cu·bi·cal·ly, adverbun·cu·bi·cal·ness, noun
Can be confusedcubical cubicle
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British Dictionary definitions for cubical

cubical

adjective
  1. of or related to volumecubical expansion
  2. shaped like a cube
  3. of or involving the third power
Derived Formscubically, adverbcubicalness, noun
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