### Definition of Decimetres

1. Noun. (plural of decimetre) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

### Definition of Decimetres

1. decimetre [n] - See also: decimetre

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Decimetres

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### Literary usage of Decimetres

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1. Manual of Industrial and Commercial Intercourse Between the United States by Thomas Savage (1889)
"25 Do. more than 20 and up to SO decimetres " 50 Do. more than TO and up to 100 decimetres " 80 Do. more than 100 end up to ..."

2. An Introduction to the Theory of Electricity: With Numerous Examples by Linnaeus Cumming (1876)
"19, a battery having 20 sq. decimetres is charged by 500 turns of the machine. Fin the thickness. Ans. 2 mn 22. Compare the energy of discharge of two ..."

3. An Introduction to the Theory of Electricity: With Numerous Examples by Linnaeus Cumming (1885)
"Compare the capacities of two batteries, one of 40 sq. decimetres, 1 mil. thick, ... A battery of 20 sq. decimetres charged with 40 turns of the electrical ..."

4. Dues and Charges on Shipping in Foreign Ports: A Manual of Reference for the (1907)
"1 8 7 £ ad Pilotage from Rotterdam to Maassluis, 29 decimetres . ... Inwards with cargo, drawing 21 feet = 64 decimetres; outwards in ballast, ..."

5. The Metric System Explained: With Exercises, Examples and Illustrations by Georges Rousselle, British chamber of commerce, Paris (1896)
"We obtain the volume of a body by calculating how many times it can contain cubic metres and cubic decimetres. EXERCISES ON THE MEASURES OF VOLUME Exercise ..."