metre englannista suomeksi
The basic unit of length in the System of Units (SI: Système International d'Unités), equal to the distance travelled by light in a vacuum in 1/299 792 458 seconds. The metre is equal to (frac) (approximately 39.37) system|imperial inches.
1797, ''The Monthly magazine and British register'', No. 3
- The measures of length above the metre are ten times ... greater than the metre.
1873, ''The Young Englishwoman'', April
- A dress length of 8 metres of the best quality costs 58 francs.
1928, ''The Observer'', April 15
- The 12-metre yachts ... can be sailed efficiently with four paid hands.
(alternative spelling of)
To put into metrical form.
(l), meter (unit of measure, 100 cm)