centimetre


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centimetre

(ˈsɛntɪˌmiːtə) or

centimeter

n
(Units) one hundredth of a metre
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.centimetre - a metric unit of length equal to one hundredth of a metercentimetre - a metric unit of length equal to one hundredth of a meter
metric linear unit - a linear unit of distance in metric terms
millimeter, millimetre, mm - a metric unit of length equal to one thousandth of a meter
decimeter, decimetre, dm - a metric unit of length equal to one tenth of a meter
Translations
centimetr
centimeter
senttimetri
centimetar
centiméter
sentímetri
センチメートル
센티미터
centimetras
centimetrs
centimeter
centimeter
เซนติเมตร
centimetxentimét

centimetre

centimeter (US) [ˈsentɪˌmiːtəʳ] Ncentímetro m

centimetre

[ˈsɛntɪmiːtər] centimeter (US) ncentimètre m

centimetre

, (US) centimeter
nZentimeter m or nt

centimetre

centimeter (Am) [ˈsɛntɪˌmiːtəʳ] ncentimetro

centimetre

(ˈsentimiːtə) noun
a unit of length equal to one-hundredth of a metre.

centimetre

سَنْتِيمِتْر centimetr centimeter Zentimeter εκατοστό centímetro senttimetri centimètre centimetar centimetro センチメートル 센티미터 centimeter centimeter centymetr centímetro сантиметр centimeter เซนติเมตร santimetre centimet 厘米
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During the first year of treatment, the widely used remedies cut growth rates by about half a centimetre in one year, said scientists.
Reportedly, Celesteion's numerous patient-friendly features include the industry's largest bore, 90 centimetres CT and 88 centimetres PET bore that offers a feeling of openness for patients and more accurate CT and PET imaging; fast imaging, for reduced exam times; expansive field-of-view, with 70 centimetre rue CT and PET field-of-view and 85 centimetre CT extended field-of-view and CT dose reduction, as Celesteion comes standard with Toshiba's CT dose reduction technology, AIDR 3D, for safer CT imaging and is also compliant with MITA's XR-29 Smart Dose Standard
The results showed that for every two centimetre increase in birth length there was a six per cent increase in breast cancer risk, compared with the baseline.
All right, nobody used decimetres in practice but a centimetre is a very useful unit.
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In fact UK drivers are so slack about keeping their vehicles clean that the typical car has been found to host to no less than 283 different types of bacteria, every square centimetre.
Fifteen-year old Surman long jumped within one centimetre of the six metres barrier to defeat Kingston's Dominique Blaize by a dozen centimetres, while Surman's Birchfield club-mate Laura Scougall, from Great Barr, ran faster than ever before to win the 300 metres in 39.
I suggest that Coun Dark should press for the reinstatement of the centimetre and the banishment of millimetres to where they belong - to express measurements smaller than a centimetre in the few cases where it would be material.