Related formscu·bic·i·ty [kyoo-bis-i-tee] /kyuˈbɪs ɪ ti/, nounsub·cu·bic, adjectiveun·cu·bic, adjective
Examples from the Web for cubic
Each year their fields need at least 53 billion cubic meters of water for irrigation.
The conflict in Ukraine caused Gazprom to cut production volumes from 496.4 billion cubic meters to 463 billion cubic meters.
The daughter had also been exposed and was comatose before she and her mother each received A 250 cubic centimeter transfusion.
She grew increasingly ill despite a 450 cubic centimeter transfusion and became comatose after five days.
They make a 0.75 cubic foot bag of firewood blazing with a Hotsticks logo.
A cubic inch of mercury at this temperature has been ascertained to weigh 0·48967 lbs.A Treatise on Meteorological Instruments|Henry Negretti
The square and cubic units are the squares and cubes of the linear units.Soap-Making Manual|E. G. Thomssen
Calculating an average monthly excavation of a million cubic yards, the task would have required 17 years to complete.The Panama Canal|Frederic Jennings Haskin
The block of marble from which it was chiselled, contained 200 cubic feet, and weighed upwards of 25 tons.The Centenary Garland|Anonymous
Some cubic centimetres of milk were vigorously swallowed, and soon afterward the breast of a nurse was taken.The Mind of the Child, Part II|W. Preyer
British Dictionary definitions for cubic
- having three dimensions
- denoting or relating to a linear measure that is raised to the third powera cubic metre Abbreviation: cu., c
- a cubic equation, such as x ³ + x + 2 = 0
- a cubic term or expression