-metry

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-metry

suff.
Process or science of measuring: isometry.

[Greek -metriā, from metron, measure; see mē- in Indo-European roots.]
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-metry

n combining form
indicating the process or science of measuring: anthropometry; geometry.
[from Old French -metrie, from Latin -metria, from Greek, from metron measure]
-metric adj combining form
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-metry

a combining form with the meaning “the process of measuring” that specified by the initial element: anthropometry.
[< Greek -metria measuring =métr(on) measure (see meter2) + -ia -y3]
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