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kilogram | a unit of mass equal to 1000 grams |

kilometer | a unit of length, the common measure of distances equal to 1000 meters |

kiloliter | a unit of volume, equal to 1000 liters |

hectometer | a unit of length equal to 100 meters |

hectogram | a unit of mass or weight equal to 100 grams |

hectoliter | a unit of capacity equal to 100 liters |

dekameter | a unit of length equal to 10 meters |

dekagram | a unit of mass or weight equal to 10 grams |

dekaliter | a unit of capacity equal to 10 liters |

decimeter | a unit of length equal to 1/10 of a meter |

decigram | a unit of mass or weight equal to 1/10 of a gram |

deciliter | a unit of capacity equal to 1/10 of a liter |

centimeter | one 100th of a meter |

centigram | one 100th of a gram |

centiliter | one 100th of a liter |

millimeter | a unit of length equal to one thousandth of a meter |

milligram | a unit of mass or weight equal to one thousandth of a gram |

milliliter | a unit of capacity equal to one thousandth of a liter |

metric system | a decimal system of weights and measures, adopted first in France but now widespread, universally used in science, mandatory for use for all purposes in a large number of countries, and favored for use in most (as in the U.S.). The basic units are the meter (39.37 inches) for length and the gram (15.432 grains) for mass or weight. Derived units are the liter (0.908 U.S. dry quart, or 1.0567 U.S. liquid quart) for capacity, being the volume of 1000 grams of water under specified conditions; the are (119.6 square yards) for area, being the area of a square 10 meters on a side; and the stere (35.315 cubic feet) for volume, being the volume of a cube 1 meter on a side, the term |

unit | any specified amount of a quantity, as of length, volume, force, momentum, or time, by comparison with which any other quantity of the same kind is measured or estimated. |

kilogram | a unit of mass equal to 1000 grams |

kilometer | a unit of length, the common measure of distances equal to 1000 meters |

kiloliter | a unit of volume, equal to 1000 liters |

hectometer | a unit of length equal to 100 meters |

hectogram | a unit of mass or weight equal to 100 grams |

hectoliter | a unit of capacity equal to 100 liters |

dekameter | a unit of length equal to 10 meters |

dekagram | a unit of mass or weight equal to 10 grams |

dekaliter | a unit of capacity equal to 10 liters |

decimeter | a unit of length equal to 1/10 of a meter |

decigram | a unit of mass or weight equal to 1/10 of a gram |

deciliter | a unit of capacity equal to 1/10 of a liter |

centimeter | one 100th of a meter |

centigram | one 100th of a gram |

centiliter | one 100th of a liter |

millimeter | a unit of length equal to one thousandth of a meter |

milligram | a unit of mass or weight equal to one thousandth of a gram |

milliliter | a unit of capacity equal to one thousandth of a liter |

metric system | a decimal system of weights and measures, adopted first in France but now widespread, universally used in science, mandatory for use for all purposes in a large number of countries, and favored for use in most (as in the U.S.). The basic units are the meter (39.37 inches) for length and the gram (15.432 grains) for mass or weight. Derived units are the liter (0.908 U.S. dry quart, or 1.0567 U.S. liquid quart) for capacity, being the volume of 1000 grams of water under specified conditions; the are (119.6 square yards) for area, being the area of a square 10 meters on a side; and the stere (35.315 cubic feet) for volume, being the volume of a cube 1 meter on a side, the term |

unit | any specified amount of a quantity, as of length, volume, force, momentum, or time, by comparison with which any other quantity of the same kind is measured or estimated. |