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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metro cubicometro cubo
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Acting MD Nahashon Muguna said Thika dam's storage stood at 34 million cubic metres, representing 49 per cent of its full capacity.
The pipeline has the capacity to pump gas up to 20 billion cubic metres a year.
The stations' capacity is estimated at 473,000 cubic metres per day and will be built in five governorates.
5 million cubic metres, which was the highest recorded rainfall for that month in the last 20 years and constituted about half of the rainfall for this entire winter season.
7 billion cubic metres to 10 billion cubic metres by 2020, an almost 50 per cent increase.
6 per cent in Q1, recording 8,991 million cubic metres, compared with 9,732 million cubic metres during the same period in 2013.
Emoil, a joint venture between Trafigura, UAE's fuel retailer Emarat and BP, has a total of 228,000 cubic metres of storage for blending and storing gasoline products in a total of nine tanks.
5 billion cubic metres of gas in the first three quarters of 2012, compared with 10.
Summary: Report predicts that annual per capita water share in the region could drop to less than 500 cubic metres or less than one-tenth of the global average of 6000 cubic metres
Phase one of the Buri pumping station project consisted of a tanker with a 4,000 cubic metres capacity and a pumping station made of four pumps to supply water to agricultural lands belonging to the government.
The combined gas reserves of the two fields amount to around 800 billion cubic metres (28 trillion cubic feet), he told reporters.
Dudzinski expects gas sales in the first quarter of 2010 at 300 million cubic metres more than originally planned because of the recent severe winter conditions.