Noun(1) a function of a topological space that gives, for any two points in the space, a value equal to the distance between them(2) a decimal unit of measurement of the metric system (based on meters and kilograms and seconds(3) a system of related measures that facilitates the quantification of some particular characteristic
Adjective(1) based on the meter as a standard of measurement(2) the rhythmic arrangement of syllables
(1) The Robertson-Walker metric which Walker mentions in this quotation arose from joint work which he did with his colleague H P Robertson in the late 1930s.(2) I've yet to find one customer to ask for anything in metric , and you can ask any customer I serve and I do serve a lot of customers.(3) In a previous lesson, Flint introduced the concept of metric feet (rhythmic modes), since she knew Nadan was studying poetry.(4) The tool accepts both inch and metric data, and computes parameters such as torque.(5) No change in speeding: The new signs to control speed in metric has had little effect on the traffic passing through the town centre.(6) Do you remember what happened as soon as we went metric ?(7) On page three of this text (the first full page after the preface) the Schwarzchild metric is written down.(8) He was also president of the York Chamber of Trade and as far back as the 1940s was keen to see Britain going metric , as he felt it would help the country in all ways in the long-term.(9) Oh, I never learned metric ├ö├ç┬¬ what's that in inches?(10) Like the inhabitants of small villages in Surrey, I don't do metric .(11) Isoperi metric problems have been a source of important mathematical ideas and techniques since classical antiquity.(12) If the metric does not meet standards, it might indicate a problem with training, or it might signal a significant problem that will affect the wing's performance.(13) We are not against metric , but against the enforcement of it in this country.(14) Hopkins and Whitman appropriately shared a metric that suited their commitment to the natural.(15) Burt took a deep breath and launched into a lengthy explanation of the technicalities of the game, which seems to involve yards and other things I thought the EU made illegal when we all went metric .(16) I found myself constantly doing the mental trick I did in Austraila, where in my head, I pre-scan every word I am about to say, looking for any mentions of numerical data that would have to be converted to metric .
(1) metric ton :: tunnell fetrig
1. metrical ::
2. system of measurement ::
system o fesur
Different Formsmetric, metricate, metricates, metricize, metricizes, metrics
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