cubic centimeter cu·bic centimeter (kyōō'bĭk)
Abbr. cc A unit of volume equal to one thousandth (10-3) of a liter or to one milliliter.
She grew increasingly ill despite a 450 cubic centimeter transfusion and became comatose after five days.
The weights were derived from these measures; the gramme being the weight of one cubic centimeter of distilled water.
One cubic centimeter of this solution will be decolorized by 0.005 grm.
One cubic centimeter of normal alkali equals 0.346 grams of rosin.
One cubic centimeter of this mixture may be used for the inoculation of the plate culture.
One cubic centimeter of the resulting turbid suspension was added to 10 cc.
So small and so numerous are these corpuscles that over five million are found in a cubic centimeter of normal blood.
Wash into a 500 cubic centimeter volumetric flask and bring to the mark with distilled water.
Certified milk shall not contain more than 10,000 bacteria to the cubic centimeter when it is delivered.
The sanitarians can give you the number of bacteria, friendly or plague-besetting, which infect any cubic centimeter.