Synonym: measured, metric function, metric unit, metrical, system of measurement. Similar words: obstetrics, come true, metropolis, get rid of, metropolitan, meteoric, detrimental, trick. Meaning: ['metrɪk] n. 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. adj. 1. based on the meter as a standard of measurement 2. the rhythmic arrangement of syllables.

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1, The Wall Street Journal uses 220,000

*metric*tons of newsprint each year.2, We are gradually changing over to a completely

*metric*system.3, How many imperial inches are there in one

*metric*centimetre? — Naught point three nine three seven inches.4, The recipe is given in both

*metric*and imperial measures.5, In the

*metric*system, measurements are made in metres and liters.6, The gram is a

*metric*unit.7, The

*metric*system is fit to all of the world.8, The British conversion to the

*metric*system took place in the 1970s.9, New radiators come in

*metric*sizes.10, Converting

*metric*measurements to U.S. equivalents is easy.11, Most high-tech industry has been

*metric*for decades.12, Britain changed to a

*metric*system of currency in 1970.13, The parts all come in

*metric*sizes now.14, We can adjust easily to

*metric*measurement.15, Litre is a unit of capacity in the

*metric*system.16, A

*metric*ton is equal to 2, 205 pounds.17, The D

*metric*is a computational convenience.18, The

*metric*equation for free fall is so that.19, The

*metric*components can also be rewritten in terms of the gravitational potential so that.20, With the notation of Chapter 1 the

*metric*equation can be rewritten where.21, British currency went

*metric*in 1971.22, This again shows how the

*metric*connections correspond to the inertial accelerations and forces of classical mechanics.23, Imperial units have in many cases been replaced by

*metric*ones in Britain.24, These solutions contain a subclass in which the approaching waves have smooth wave fronts and the

*metric*is everywhere at least C 2.25, But you will find it easier using the Continental

*metric*system of measures.26, He won the third round of the Isle of Man Archery League long

*metric*three.27, Customers can ask for a pound of bananas,(http://sentencedict.com/

*metric*.html) but traders are obliged to weigh them in metric units.28, The more frequent words are then clustered together based on a similarity

*metric*.29, A distance scale is needed in interpreting the coordinates and this is what the

*metric*equation provides.30, It is always possible, even in free fall, to obtain non-vanishing

*metric*connections by choosing Gaussian rather than Cartesian coordinates.More similar words: obstetrics, come true, metropolis, get rid of, metropolitan, meteoric, detrimental, trick, strict, triceps, trickery, restrict, electric, tricycle, district, strictly, intricate, patrician, constrict, eccentric, metaphorically, electrical, egocentric, electricity, restriction, thermoelectric, matriculation, retreat, detract, get ready.