It is about the ten-millionth of a millimetre, and a millimetre is about the 1/25 of an inch!
I place on the surface of the honey five or six bits of straw a millimetre in length.
The growth or rapid turgescence takes place, according to the same p. 9writer, at the pace of one millimetre in three minutes.
The missile fired was a 75 millimetre or 3-inch high-explosive shell.
Two million hydrogen molecules side by side measure a little over one millimetre.
The French millimetre is about the twenty-fifth part of an English inch.
This machine forged forty millimetre rivets with the calm ease of a giant.
It is a tiny, dull-white cylinder, about three millimetres long by half a millimetre wide.
It is white, cylindrical, straight and about four millimetres long by one millimetre thick.
The sting, by straying less than a millimetre, would leave the Scolia without progeny.
millimeter mil·li·me·ter (mĭl'ə-mē'tər)
Abbr. mm A unit of length equal to one thousandth (10-3) of a meter (0.0394 inch).
A unit of length in the metric system equal to 0.001 meter. See Table at measurement.