Rubik cube


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Rubik cube

(ˈruːbɪk) or

Rubik's cube

n
(Games, other than specified) trademark a puzzle consisting of a cube of six colours, each face of which is made up of nine squares, eight of which are individually rotatable. The aim is to swivel the squares until each face of the cube shows one colour only
[C20: named after Professor Erno Rubik (born 1944), its Hungarian inventor]
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