cubic metre

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a metric unit of volume or capacity equal to 1000 liters

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They were hoping to get one million cubic centimetres of blood, now they're planning to get about 100,000 cubic centimetres," he said.
Note: if you feel it is wrong, or seems strange, to specify a quantity of centicubes using the fluid-based unit of millilitres, simply refer to so many cubic centimetres of centicubes.
61 cubic centimetres of unleaded petrol - the equivalent of 6603 miles on just one gallon of fuel - at an eco- competition in Aberdeenshire.
New registrations of motorcycles, mopeds and scooters increased in 2005, helped by growing sales of motorcycles with engine capacities between 50 cubic centimetres (cc) and 125cc, and by increasing demand for large-capacity bikes (over 1,000cc), which are popular among long-distance riders.
The set-up includes a petrol generator with a displacement of around 600 cubic centimetres mounted on a 47-inch single-axle trailer that tips the scale at 440 pounds, coupled with EV's battery pack via a plug mounted below the rear bumper.
Over the past 20,000 years, the average volume of the human male brain has decreased from 1,500 cubic centimetres to 1,350 cubic centimetres, losing a chunk the size of a tennis ball," the Daily Mail quoted Kathleen McAuliffe as writing in the Discover magazine.
They later set another deadline, threatening to pour a million cubic centimetres of blood drawn from their ranks at Government House, the seat of government, if their renewed demand was rejected.
DON'T believe the dimensionally challenged -size does matter, especially when we're talking cubic centimetres in a diesel, writes PAUL MYLES.
The model is equipped with a turbocharged, four-cylinder engine with a displacement of 1750 cubic centimetres delivering around 240bhp.
With UK motorists getting through 50 million tyres annually, each losing 1,800 cubic centimetres or five millimetres of tread in its lifetime, the quantity of rubber left on the road would coat a 375-mile road with a layer an inch thick.
The model is equipped with a 296bhp turbocharged four-cylinder engine with a displacement of 1,750 cubic centimetres, coupled with a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox.
6-litre TDI four-cylinder that has been cut in half, giving it a displacement of roughly 800 cubic centimetres.
The model is to be equipped with a new engine that will have a displacement of 800 cubic centimetres.
The engine has a displacement of 6,208 cubic centimetres and delivers between 336 kW and 386 kW and up to 630 Nm of torque.
The new C 220 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY saloon delivers 125 kW/170 hp and a torque of 400 Nm from a displacement of 2143 cubic centimetres.