cubic metre

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Noun1.cubic metre - a metric unit of volume or capacity equal to 1000 liters
metric capacity unit - a capacity unit defined in metric terms
hectoliter, hectolitre, hl - a metric unit of volume or capacity equal to 100 liters
cubic kilometer, cubic kilometre - a unit of capacity equal to the volume of a cube one kilometer on each edge
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Translations
metr krychlový
kuutiometri
köbméter
metro cubicometro cubo
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The study found that 1,291 people who had a BMI of 30 or higher and a high waist-to-hip ratio had the lowest average grey matter volume, at 786 cubic centimetres; 514 people with a BMI of 30 or higher but without central obesity had an average grey matter volume of 793 cubic centimetres.
Those with 3,550 cubic centimetres to 4,049 would pay a levy of GHS1,500, while vehicles with capacities above 4,049 cubic centimetres would pay a levy of GHS2,000.
The project lasted one academic year.The unique vehicle consists of a three-wheeled frame powered by an air-operated three-cylinder engine with a volume of 1,885 cubic centimetres.
They will race using karts equipped with the famous Rotax engines of 125 cubic centimetres and 8 horsepower (hp).
All to reduce the cargo space of the sturdy existing ones by a few cubic centimetres.
How many cubic centimetres are there in a cubic metre?
It features a driver-focused cockpit with two bucket seats and is equipped with a turbocharged and direct-injected four-cylinder engine with a displacement of around 1750 cubic centimetres.
KABUL (PAN): Canadian embassy staff and and government officials were among 85 people who donated 32,000 cubic centimetres of blood to the national blood bank on Saturday.
A mini car or truck is defined as having an engine capacity of under 660 cubic centimetres.
But what it lacks in cubic centimetres it certainly makes up for with its looks.
As reported in The Evening Chronicle on October 1, 1987, Belle's leeks left the lads at the station in a bit of a stew, as they measured in at a massive 164 cubic centimetres.
They were hoping to get one million cubic centimetres of blood, now they're planning to get about 100,000 cubic centimetres," he said.