It is Length.
Breadth is another word for width. Height is how tall it is.
breadth, width, thickness; caliber, bore, gauge.
When you have two numbers separated by the word "by", this means that those numbers are the width and height.
It is about the distance of the word ones
If that were a question and started with the word "what", I would say a shape.
Width is how wide something is, length is how long something is.In maths w*l*h is width times length times height.
length width height depth ...
The noun 'height' is a singular, common noun; a word for a thing. The noun 'height' is a concrete noun as a word for a measure of vertical distance; the distance above a given level; the highest part or point of something; a word for a physical thing. The noun 'height' is an abstract noun as a word for the most advanced degree of something; a word for a concept.
"elevation" "altitude" "contour height" "trig height" "spot height"
Generally - width is denoted by 'w' as inthe unit measurements are l:36", h: 24", w:18"Where l = length, h = height, and w - width.
It's a multiplication word. E.g. The columns/height=5 and the rows/width=6 equals 30 (5x6=30). Or columns/height=3 and rows/width=2, so 3x2=6. It's not division. I'll explain why if you ask.
Breadth us another word for 'width' - a rectangular block, such as a brick, has length, breadth and height.
A juice box has a length of 3 inches, width of 1 inch and height of 4 inches. What is the total outside surface area of the juice box? Also how many cubic inches of juice can it contain if the wall thickness of the box is negligible and juice is filled only to 7/8 of the height?
Thickness is a noun.
distance, width, length, extent, area, time, duration, limit, period
If Time : Duration If distance: Size/Length/Height as applicable.
The word "breadth" is a noun, a word for the third dimension (height, width, breadth) or the extent or encompassed area (or duration); a word for a thing.The related adjective is broad.
thickness,width, color, style at first and second tabs.
There are two meanings of the word "DIMENSION." The first is the height, width, and length of an object. Say, a box is 5 ft (height) by 6 ft (width) by 9 ft (length). The box's dimensions are 5 ft x 6 ft x 9 ft. Another meaning of the word "DIMENSION" is a unique place of existence. The higher the dimension, the more variables there are. For example: 0-D: It is a singularity. It can move in 0 directions. 1-D: It is a straight line. It can move in 2 directions, and has the characteristic of width. 2-D: It is a flat box. It can move in 4 directions, and has the characteristics of height and width. 3-D: It is a cube. It can move in 6 directions, and has the characteristics of height, width, and length. 4-D: We are 4-D. We can move in 6 directions, and have not only height, width, and length, we also have time.
The noun 'height' is a common noun, a general word for the distance from bottom to top of something.The noun 'height' is a concrete noun when it is something that can be measured, such as the height of a person, the height of a building, the height of an airplane, etc.The noun 'height' is an abstract noun as a word for such things as the height of fashion, the height of integrity, the height of absurdity, etc.
No, the word "width" is a noun.