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n pl -tums, -ta [-tə]
1. (Mathematics) Geometry
a. the part of a solid, such as a cone or pyramid, contained between the base and a plane parallel to the base that intersects the solid
b. the part of such a solid contained between two parallel planes intersecting the solid
2. (Fine Arts & Visual Arts / Architecture) Architect a single drum of a column or a single stone used to construct a pier
[from Latin: piece; probably related to Old English brȳsan to crush, bruise]
frus•tum (ˈfrʌs təm)
n., pl. -tums, -ta (-tə).
1. the part of a conical solid left after cutting off a top portion with a plane parallel to the base.
2. the part of a solid, as a cone or pyramid, between two usu. parallel cutting planes.
[1650–60; < Latin: piece, bit]
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