decimeter

NOUN
  1. a metric unit of length equal to one tenth of a meter
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  • The unit of capacity, the liter, is a cubic decimeter, which is a little larger than the American liquid quart. The Metric System
  • Metric Lengths. -- 10 millimeters 1 centimeter, 10 centimeters 1 decimeter, 10 decimeters 1 meter, 10 meters 1 dekameter, 10 dekameters 1 hektometer, 10 hektometers 1 kilometer. The Handy Cyclopedia of Things Worth Knowing A Manual of Ready Reference
  • The internationally recognized abbreviation of the meter is m. Meters are divided up into smaller units so a decimeter is one tenth of a meter, a centimeter is one hundredth of a meter, and a millimeter is one thousandth of a meter.
  • Five nickels in a row will give the length of the decimeter, and two of them will weigh a decagram. Reading Made Easy for Foreigners - Third Reader
  • The bones occur in a dark olive-gray calcareous mudstone layer several decimeters below the thin limestone bed.
  • The internationally recognized abbreviation of the meter is m. Meters are divided up into smaller units so a decimeter is one tenth of a meter, a centimeter is one hundredth of a meter, and a millimeter is one thousandth of a meter.
  • Why, that the density of Gallia is just about double the density of the earth, which we know is only five kilogrammes to a cubic decimeter. Off on a Comet
  • In this thesis, digital technology as the core, a new design of Decimeter wave therapy instrument is researched.
  • These diversities are highest in continental parts of the Arctic such as the Taymir Peninsula of Russia, where there are about 150 species of plants (vascular plants, lichens, and mosses) per 100 m2 plot, 40 to 50 species per square meter, and up to 25 species per square decimeter [10]. Implications of current species distributions for future biotic change in the Arctic
  • In the middle of the stadium is a giant flower, several decimeters in diameter.
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