decameter

NOUN
  1. a metric unit of length equal to ten meters
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  • In short (excuse the pun), for one reason or another users in the UK would be better served by a better dictionary of abbreviations than this; US users should be alerted to the fact that the text is British, unedited for American spelling: for ` decagramme, decalitre, decametre 'read ` decagram, decaliter, decameter.' VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XVIII No 2
  • m decameter dam decimeter dm hectometer hm centimeter cm kilometer km millimeter mm megameter Meter
  • In short (excuse the pun), for one reason or another users in the UK would be better served by a better dictionary of abbreviations than this; US users should be alerted to the fact that the text is British, unedited for American spelling: for ` decagramme, decalitre, decametre 'read ` decagram, decaliter, decameter.' VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XVIII No 2
  • Ten meters make one decameter; ten decameters make one hectometer; ten hectometers make one kilometer, and ten kilometers make one myriameter. The Metric System
  • Ten meters make one decameter; ten decameters make one hectometer; ten hectometers make one kilometer, and ten kilometers make one myriameter. The Metric System
  • Those are meter-no, decameter antennas-judging by their size. The Wind from The Sun
  • The decameter outbursts that sometimes made Jupiter the most powerful radio source in the whole sky had been discovered back in the 1950's, to the utter astonishment of the astronomers. The Wind from The Sun
  • For example, a kilometer is 10 times a hectometer, and a hectometer is 10 times a decameter, which is 10 times a meter… and so on.
  • The scientists on Ganymede, largest of Jupiter's many moons, now thought that they could predict the onset of a decameter storm; their accuracy was about as good as a weather forecaster's of the early A Meeting with Medusa
  • Hauled along by a network of mag-beams converging from a score of space tugs came the Conference Disk, two hectometers in diameter and a decameter thick at its hub. The Universe — or Nothing
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