[ priz-muh-toid ]
/ ˈprɪz məˌtɔɪd /
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a polyhedron having its vertices lying on two parallel planes.
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British Dictionary definitions for prismatoid
/ (ˈprɪzməˌtɔɪd) /
Derived forms of prismatoidprismatoidal, adjective
Word Origin for prismatoid
C19: from Greek prismatoeidēs shaped like a prism; see prism, -oid
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