
Definition of Capacity measure
1. Noun. A unit of measurement of volume or capacity.
Generic synonyms: Unit, Unit Of Measurement
Specialized synonyms: Cu In, Cubic Inch, Cu Ft, Cubic Foot, Cord, Liquid Measure, Liquid Unit, Dry Measure, Dry Unit, Metric Capacity Unit, Cran, Field Capacity, Homer, Kor, Hin, Fathom, Fthm, Acrefoot, Acre Inch, Board Foot, Standard, Cubic Yard, Yard, Last
Group relationships: Volume
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Capacity Measure
Literary usage of Capacity measure
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Complete Arithmetic by Bruce Mervellon Watson, Charles Edward White (1911)
"capacity measure 418. The metric capacity measure takes the place of both the
... The standard unit of capacity measure is the liter (pronounced teeter), ..."
2. Second Lessons in Arithmetic: An Intellectual Written Arithmetic Upon the by Henry Nathan Wheeler (1888)
"15. How many cubic decimeters of water will a tank hold that is 2 m long, .5 m
wide, and .7 m deep ? D. capacity measure. 1. Draw on a piece of cardboard a ..."
3. Grammar School Arithmetic by Bruce Mervellon Watson, Charles Edward White (1908)
"Name and describe the unit of capacity measure; of weight; of length; of volume;
of surface. 5. Repeat the tables. 6. The stere is the unit of what measure ..."
4. Our Inheritance in the Great Pyramid by Charles Piazzi Smyth (1880)
"PYRAMID capacity measure ; And the Coffers Great Pyramid authenticity. THE grand
standard of capacity in the Great Pyramid, as already stated, ..."
5. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1904)
"... petroleum and very many other articles, all of which in the United States
would ordinarily be sold by the quart, peck, gallon or other capacity measure. ..."
6. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1904)
"... petroleum and very many other articles, all of which in the United States
would ordinarily be sold by the quart, peck, gallon or other capacity measure. ..."