Metre in a sentence as a noun

Can I manage cable lengths in metre or in whole roll?

One Newton acting on one square metre is one Pascal of pressure.

The nearby 104 metre waterfall had something to do with it.

Applying a force of one Newton through a distance of one metre is one joule of energy.

I want to take care of myself and be attractive for them, not use them as a smell-o-metre.

The force required to accelerate this mass at one metre per second squared is one Newton.

Before the American students could even begin their work, all the Indians would yell "500 metres!

Drilling 4cm into a rock with a specific surface abrasion tool is a long way from plunging a 2 metre metal shaft into unknown terrain.

According to Wikipedia the rotor diameter of the Mi-26 is 32 metres.

The accuracy of the pyramid's workmanship is such that the four sides of the base have an average error of only 58 millimetres in length.

There is no magic button like in the movies, where they can immediately triangulate the source of the interference to within a 5 cubic metre box.

Has anyone on HN been tempted to pander to the audiophile crowd?Making some simple one metre long cables would be cheap enough, even using exotic materials, and the markup is huge.

They have used an industrial process called wet spinning to turn an aqueous solution of graphene oxide a modified form of graphene that is easier to dissolve into fibres that are tens of metres long.

As such its radioactivity is considered medium-to-low at 80,000 becquerels per cubic centimetre.

So for each m^2 of area and each second of time, that's 1e3 / 3e8 kg m/s ~= 3e-7 kg m/s of momentum; if the asteroid is, say, 99942 Apophis then its mass is 4e10 kg; let's call it 3e10 kg, for a net acceleration of 1e-17 m/s^2 per square metre of area.

Metre definitions


the basic unit of length adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites (approximately 1.094 yards)

See also: meter


(prosody) the accent in a metrical foot of verse

See also: meter measure beat cadence


rhythm as given by division into parts of equal duration

See also: meter time