# Cubic

## Meanings and phrases

adj.

- having three dimensions; three-dimensional

n.

- a metric unit of volume equal to one thousandth of a liter; milliliter; millilitre; mil; ml; cubic centimetre; cc

n.

- a metric unit of volume equal to one thousandth of a liter; milliliter; millilitre; mil; ml; cubic centimeter; cc

n.

- a unit of measurement of volume or capacity; volume unit; capacity unit; capacity measure; cubage unit; cubic measure; displacement unit; cubature unit

n.

- a metric unit of capacity, formerly defined as the volume of one kilogram of pure water under standard conditions; now equal to 1,000 cubic centimeters (or approximately 1.75 pints); liter; litre; l; cubic decimetre

n.

- a metric unit of capacity, formerly defined as the volume of one kilogram of pure water under standard conditions; now equal to 1,000 cubic centimeters (or approximately 1.75 pints); liter; litre; l; cubic decimeter

n.

- the volume equal to a cube one foot on each side; cu ft

n.

- the volume equal to a cube one inch on each side; cu in

- 1976 saw the inclusion of the Oldsmobile 260 cubic inch V8.
- They used a Continental 303.1 cubic inch inline six-cylinder engine.
- Engines offered for 1960 were the 223 cubic inch six and 292 & 352 V8s.

n.

- a unit of capacity equal to the volume of a cube one kilometer on each edge; cubic kilometre

n.

- a unit of capacity equal to the volume of a cube one kilometer on each edge; cubic kilometer

n.

- a unit of measurement of volume or capacity; volume unit; capacity unit; capacity measure; cubage unit; cubic content unit; displacement unit; cubature unit

n.

- a metric unit of volume or capacity equal to 1000 liters; kiloliter; kilolitre; cubic metre

- The atmosphere contains 1 nanogram of selenium per cubic meter.
- The density of most stone is between 2 and 3 tons per cubic meter.
- This is equivalent to 10 watts per steradian per cubic meter (W·sr·m).

n.

- a metric unit of volume or capacity equal to 1000 liters; kiloliter; kilolitre; cubic meter

- It weighs around 550 kg per cubic metre.
- A cubic metre of solid hydrate expands to 164 cubic metres of methane.
- They are the most populous fish species in the open ocean with an approximate density of one per cubic metre.

n.

- a metric measure of volume or capacity equal to a cube 1 millimeter on each edge; cubic millimetre

n.

- a metric measure of volume or capacity equal to a cube 1 millimeter on each edge; cubic millimeter

n.

- a unit of volume (as for sand or gravel); yard

E.g.

- It can hold water up to 240 million cubic meters.
- The capacity of the dam is 240 million cubic meters.
- Its average flow is 37 billion cubic meters per year.

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- The minimum discharge is 240 cubic feet per second.
- It had an equivalent capacity of 100 million cubic feet of gas.
- There is 41 cubic feet of storage and 78 with the rear seat folded.

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- It can hold water up to 240 million cubic meters.
- The capacity of the dam is 240 million cubic meters.
- The capacity is about 3.5 million cubic metres.

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- The capacity is about 3.5 million cubic metres.
- The volume of the dam is 34,000 cubic metres.
- It contains 7,500 cubic metres of concrete and weighs 22,500 tons.

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- Its average flow is 37 billion cubic meters per year.
- Groundwater stocks are estimated at 7 billion cubic meters.
- Georgian Natural gas consumption stood at 1.8 billion cubic meters in 2007.

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- It weighs around 550 kg per cubic metre.
- The atmosphere contains 1 nanogram of selenium per cubic meter.
- Density is often expressed in grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm).

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- The minimum discharge is 240 cubic feet per second.
- The maximum output of the spillway is 170,000 cubic feet per second.
- Flows less than 100 cubic feet per second were detected at the spillway.

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- It can hold water up to 240 million cubic meters.
- The capacity of the dam is 240 million cubic meters.
- The reservoir had a capacity of 2.70 million cubic meters.

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- It will use 368,000 cubic yards of compressed concrete.
- The total quantity of concrete in the dam is 8,271 cubic yards (6,323 m³).
- It would require 2000 cubic yards of concrete and 146,000 pounds of steel.

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- The capacity is about 3.5 million cubic metres.
- Three million cubic metres of earth had to be excavated during construction.
- Its flow provides up to 238 million cubic metres of water annually to the Hulah Valley.

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- Its average flow is 37 billion cubic meters per year.
- Groundwater stocks are estimated at 7 billion cubic meters.
- Georgian Natural gas consumption stood at 1.8 billion cubic meters in 2007.

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- Reliance Industries Limited struck nine trillion cubic feet of gas reserves in the KG basin, off the Andhra Pradesh coast near Kakinada.
- Đại Hùng oilfield was discovered in 1988 with an estimated reserves of 354.6 million barrels of oil and 8.482 trillion cubic meters of natural gas.
- In addition, as of January 2011 India had approximately 38 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of proven natural gas reserves, the world's 26th largest reserve.

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- Its average flow is 37 billion cubic meters per year.
- The capacity of the UF treatment plant is 6.6 cubic meters per second (570 000 cubic meters per day).

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- The class uses large-capacity, supercharged V8 engines with a displacement of 500 cubic inches.
- For the 1969 model year, the 289 V8 was enlarged to 302 cubic inches, remaining through the 1977 model year.
- Models E3 through E9 used the EMD model 567 engine, named after its engine displacement in cubic inches per cylinder.

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- Reliance Industries Limited struck nine trillion cubic feet of gas reserves in the KG basin, off the Andhra Pradesh coast near Kakinada.
- In addition, as of January 2011 India had approximately 38 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of proven natural gas reserves, the world's 26th largest reserve.
- The methane resource in the basin has been estimated to total one trillion cubic feet (28 billion cubic meters) of gas, but this estimate is based on very little data.

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- The atmosphere contains 1 nanogram of selenium per cubic meter.
- The density of most stone is between 2 and 3 tons per cubic meter.
- This is equivalent to 10 watts per steradian per cubic meter (W·sr·m).