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centimetre

(ˈsɛntɪˌmiːtə) or

centimeter

n
(Units) one hundredth of a metre
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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
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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
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centimetre

[ˈsɛntɪmiːtər] centimeter (US) ncentimètre m
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centimetre

, (US) centimeter
nZentimeter m or nt
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centimetre

centimeter (Am) [ˈsɛntɪˌmiːtəʳ] ncentimetro
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centimetre

(ˈsentimiːtə) noun
a unit of length equal to one-hundredth of a metre.
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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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It is 91.44 centimetres in length and 66.04 centimetres wide, breaking his previous Malaysia Book of Records for his second copy, which weighed 45 kilograms and was 76.2 centimetres long and 48.26 centimetres wide in 2004.
By staggering the seats and overlapping the armrests, the company could increase the width of each seat to 50 centimetres and a knee space of 78 centimetres, five centimetres more than other airline seats.
Close to the Devin station, it reached 495 centimetres on the morning of May 22, which was 174 centimetres more than the day before.In Bratislava, the level was 593 centimetres, which was 152 centimetres more than on May 21, the SITA newswire reported.
Khadrala district in Shimla recorded 15 centimetres fresh snowfall, Pooh and Kalpa inEeKinnaur received 11 centimetres and 14 centimetres respectively, Manali received 11 centimetres and other higher regions of Lahaul Spiti- Malana,EeRohtang and UdaypurEehave received heavy snowfall.
For instance, vehicles with engine capacities of 2,950 cubic centimetres to 3,549 would pay GHS1,000 as levy.
centimetres likely, with centimetres in northern Ireland, and the "Two to five centimetres of snow is likely fairly widely, with 10-20 cm in places, mainly northern Scotland, Northern Ireland, north Wales and the Midlands.
Archive Abdelwahab's oud is 70.8 centimetres long and the depth of the soundbox is 18.5 centimetres.
Researchers analysed data on 5.5 million Swedish men and women with adult heights ranging between a diminutive 100 centimetres (3.3 ft) and lofty 225 centimetres (7.4 feet).
The basic CubeSat unit is a box roughly 4 inches (10 centimetres) square, but the MarCOs design is a six-unit CubeSat, with a stowed size of about 14.4 inches (36.6 centimetres) by 9.5 inches (24.3 centimetres) by 4.6 inches (11.8 centimetres).
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 flash floods, which topped dams and caused numerous mudslides, came after the state was hit by heavy rainfall, at times dumping almost 3 centimetres an hour.