What does cubic mean?

Definitions for cubic
ˈkyu bɪkcu·bic

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. cubic, three-dimensionaladjective

    having three dimensions

Wiktionary

  1. cubicnoun

    A cubic curve.

  2. cubicadjective

    Used in the names of units of volume formed by multiplying a unit of length by itself twice.

    cubic metre, cubic foot

  3. cubicadjective

    Of a class of polynomial of the form

  4. cubicadjective

    Having three equal axes and all angles 90°.

Wikipedia

  1. CUBIC

    CUBIC (abbreviation for “clear, unobstructed brain/body imaging cocktails and computational analysis) is a histology method that allows tissues to be transparent (process called “tissue clearing”). As a result it makes investigation of large biological samples with microscopy easier and faster. The method was published in 2014 by Etsuo A. Susaki and Hiroki R. Ueda, primarily for use in neurobiology research of brains from model organisms like rodents or small primates. But in upcoming years there were other works published, using CUBIC method on other tissues like lymph nodes or mammary glands. CUBIC can be also combined with CLARITY-based tissue clearing methods.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Cubicadjective

    alt. of Cubical

  2. Cubicnoun

    a curve of the third degree

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of cubic in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of cubic in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of cubic in a Sentence

  1. Getty Images:

    While not immediate, the Willow project in [the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska] is nearly shovel-ready and can provide a domestic source of oil, between the development of NPRA and the longer-term ‘1002 Area’ of ANWR, Alaska could place an additional 17 billion barrels of oil and an additional 32 trillion cubic feet of gas in the marketplace.

  2. Oneok CEO Terry Spencer:

    There continues to be an inventory of flared gas in Williston Basin and we estimate approximately 145 million cubic feet per day is dedicated to the partnership, with the majority of the wells flaring already connected to our system.

  3. Dan Hinson:

    It was built around 79 cubic feet of empty space in the belly of the airplane. That gives you the capability to put anything that the customers want to put in there, the skin of the airplane on the belly is non-stressed, so it's open and available to cut holes into for antennas and for sensors to look out. So right now we have two fully retractable sensors in the belly of the airplane. We have brushless starter generators on the airplane to provide a lot of power, so it's built to go out and go a long way, stay out on station for a long time and come back.

  4. Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic:

    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.

  5. Claudio Molina:

    This will mean some 160,000 cubic meters more of ethanol are needed, at a moment when sugar prices are very low, so this is a very positive outcome for the whole sugarcane value chain.

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