metr, o'lchagich, o'lchash asbobi, o'lchaydigan asbob, o'lchov
Noun(1) the basic unit of length adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites (approximately 1.094 yards(2) any of various measuring instruments for measuring a quantity(3) (prosody(4) rhythm as given by division into parts of equal duration
Verb(1) measure with a meter(2) stamp with a meter indicating the postage
(1) Hexameters are the epic meter; by stealing a foot in the second line, Cupid has turned it into elegiac meter , used for love poetry.(2) Promoted by the fascist Ezra Pound, this new poetry without meter or rhyme swept literary Europe and America in the period leading up to the war.(3) The simple melody derived from a pentatonic scale and the prevailing dotted rhythm in compound duple meter elicit the feeling of a slow, graceful Korean traditional dance.(4) During several of these dives, the scientists will deploy an instrument called a gravity meter to measure very tiny changes in the pull of gravity that hint at the nature of buried faults.(5) The meter , complexity of rhythms created by dotted rhythms, triplets and irregular accents manifest the spirit of Korean peasant dance and music.(6) The meter and rhyme schemes of the Crepusculars were less regular than Italian poets formerly had employed, and so their work was an important stage in the move toward vers libre in Italy.(7) Rhythm patterns always are taught with musical inflection to aid in the audiation of meter and so students learn that music always is performed musically.(8) Security comes from your electricity meter , the device that should stop anyone else from using your electricity without you knowing.(9) an electricity meter(10) He often created large-scale pieces by bringing back the same blocks of material, and varied their meter to give more variety.(11) The isotope source gives off photons, usually Gamma rays, which radiate back to the meter 's detectors on the bottom of the unit.(12) One of the simplest lung function tests uses a peak-flow meter to measure the rate at which you expel air.(13) For example, a centimeter is 1/100 of a meter , while a kilometer is 1,000 meters in length.(14) Gerber's handling of rhythm especially impresses me, with a mastery of the phrase against the meter .(15) A better but more expensive measuring device is a laser meter .(16) Automated meter reading is no longer just a time-saving device to collect data for billing purposes.
(1) square meter :: kvadrat metr
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Different Formsdemeter, meter, metered, metering, meters
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