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cubic

adjective
 
 
/ˈkjuːbɪk/ ( abbreviation cu.)
MEASURES used in units of volume to show when the length of something has been multiplied by its width and height: 7 million cubic litres of water can be stored in the reservoir.
Translations of “cubic”
in Korean 네모의…
in Arabic سَنتيمتر, بوصة, متر مُكعّب…
in Portuguese cúbico…
in Catalan cúbic…
in Japanese ~立方の…
in Italian cubico…
in Chinese (Traditional) (體積單位)立方的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (体积单位)立方的…
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