[ US /ˈmɪɫəˌmitɝ/ ]
[ UK /mˈɪlɪmˌiːtɐ/ ]
  1. a metric unit of length equal to one thousandth of a meter
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How To Use millimetre In A Sentence

  • Even the global sea level is now half a millimeter higher than it was before the temblor.
  • We asked the surgeon, are you talking millimeters, centimeters, inches?
  • Therefore, although it is the summation of light from several millimeters of tissue, the transilluminated signal gives the appearance of originating from a fairly restricted depth.
  • The unit of measurement is actually millimeters of mercury, and that figure of 120 just means the pressure is high enough to hold up a column of mercury 120 mm high.
  • Crews endure loneliness, sensory deprivation, disorientating microgravity and the anxiety of knowing the vacuum of space is kept from them by an aluminium hull just a few millimetres thick.
  • The researchers combined the copper patterns with millimetre-sized round holes in the surface, which leads to additional resonances as in so called photonic crystals and further improves the absorption. - latest science and technology news stories
  • American point (ap) :ap is a traditional unit in United States, it is a little bit smaller than the point, it is approximately equal to 0.3514 millimeters. Adobe Blogs
  • Patches can range from a few millimetres to a few centimetres in size.
  • Since the end of the 18th century we know of the existence of a curious structure in the region of the sinus, the glomus caroticum or carotid body which, in man, extends over only a few millimetres. Physiology or Medicine 1938 - Presentation Speech
  • These vary in width from a few millimetres to a few hundred metres.
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