The length of the path travelled by light in a vacuum during the time interval of 1/299792458 seconds.
The caesium 133 atom can switch periods of radiation 30.663318988498369762190615215544 times in the time it takes light to travel 1 metre.
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A measure of length, the base unit for length in the metric scale. Although spelt "meter" in the United States, the proper spelling is "metre".
One metre equals one thousand centimetres
One metre is also equal to 3.28 feet
by Brett5 July 24, 2007
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n. impractical French unit of length based roughly on the circumference of the earth. Supporters claim that metres (and other metric measures) are more practical than Imperial measures despite the invention of the 'metric foot' (0.3 metres) and the 'metric yard' (0.9 metres), which defy the point of metrication.
Give them 25.4 millimetres and they'll take 1.6093 kilometres!
by Hodgit August 7, 2004
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A metre for how long a person can be in a social situation for, once it's drained its time to leave
Person 1: I'm gonna go
Person 2: Why?
Person 1: My social metres drained, need to recharge
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(Pronounced mah-co-me-tah)
A Trinbagonian word which describes an imaginary and innate instrument whereby someone (a "maco" or "farse" person) is able to detect an opportunity to eavesdrop.
Wheeyy!! Yuh maco metre sharp boy! How you hear dat?
by Jenn Lee May 2, 2010
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Metree is a beautiful person but can be stuck up and bitchy. She’s acts like a dude. She knows what she wants and gets what she wants… sometimes. But she is a good friend and a loving person. She has no chill and doesn’t keep her thoughts to herself.
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