Definitions for CUBICˈkyu bɪk
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having three dimensions
A cubic curve.
Used in the names of units of volume formed by multiplying a unit of length by itself twice.
cubic metre, cubic foot
Of a class of polynomial of the form
Having three equal axes and all angles 90u00B0.
alt. of Cubical
a curve of the third degree
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Latvijas Gaze has transported 100,000 cubic meters of gas from Lithuania to Estonia last week.
We've only removed 5,500 cubic meters of ice from a 900-square-kilometer glacier, it's a bit like taking a drop of water from a bathtub.
In general we focus on the total amount laid out in the strategy (of energy sector development): around 525 million tonnes (10.5 billion cubic metres per day).
We expect Williston Basin volume in the third quarter to reach approximately 650 million cubic feet per day as we continue to bring on additional field infrastructure.
We have the right to know what is below the Adriatic and after we find out how many cubic meters of gas we have, we can decide to plug it and not touch the wells any more.
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Translations for CUBIC
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- cúbicCatalan, Valencian
- cubique, cubeFrench
- cubica, cubo, cubicoItalian
- derdegraads, kubisch, kubiekDutch
- regularny, kubiczny, sześciennyPolish
- в [[куб, куби́ческий, [[третийRussian
- kubisk, kubik-, tredjegrads-, tredjegradskurvaSwedish
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