Definitions for -gram
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word -gram
something written, drawn or otherwise recorded
Origin: From suffix -γραμμα, from γράμμα, from γράφω
a suffix indicating something drawn or written, a drawing, writing; -- as, monogram, telegram, chronogram
The numerical value of -gram in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of -gram in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
It is such a powerful antioxidant that one gram of it every day has a huge( health) benefit.
The average daily cost of one gram( of algae) is over $ 3 so that ’s why we ’re charging $ 8, a lot of people will just come and try something new... we ’ve had some customers who have come back and had it every day.
The easy stuff's been found now. You look at the industry average, gold grade is a little over one gram per ton, and so the gold reports in minute particles and as a result of that you're having to move much more rock than you used to, to get the same amount of gold.
We are trying to make a link between the high sugar content and the calories and the actual downstream outcomes [of sugary drinks]. You can say that something has 18 or 24 grams of sugar, but most people have no clue what a gram is, [Health warning labels] provide an extra layer of information that people can understand.
If we can get the density of this instrument just right, it will sit neither sinking nor floating. Now that's easy to say but it's actually a considerable challenge to do... They weigh about 100 kilograms and we need to ballast them to approximately better than one gram. So that's a considerable challenge. The way that we do that is by putting them in tanks of water... and adding weights until they're just sinking; at which point we know they have the same density as the water that they're sitting in.
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