verb (used with object), cubed, cub·ing.
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Origin of cube1
OTHER WORDS FROM cubecuber, noun
Definition for cube (2 of 2)
Origin of cube2
Example sentences from the Web for cube
If your bread is fresh, cut it into cubes, place on a rack set over a baking sheet and leave it uncovered on the counter overnight.Instant Pot delivers the silkiest bread pudding we’ve ever tried|Jessie Sheehan|December 11, 2020|Washington Post
I use leftover ice cubes from my husband's lunch cooler to save water.Hints From Heloise: Good manners are for the road, too|Heloise Heloise|November 23, 2020|Washington Post
Off the top of his head, Jerolmack could picture a few real-world fractured rocks that didn’t look like rectangles or cubes at all but could still be classified into this larger space.Scientists Uncover the Universal Geometry of Geology|Joshua Sokol|November 19, 2020|Quanta Magazine
I then pulse the cubes in a food processor to transform them into crumbs.Homemade, seasoned breadcrumbs add crunch and flavor to pastas, vegetables and more|Jesse Szewczyk|October 30, 2020|Washington Post
That glycogen can run out if you work out for long enough, which is why marathon runners and other endurance athletes often choose to down a little jelly cube full of carbohydrates—because it provides needed fuel for their muscles.
The squaring and the cubing of numbers are performed by the assistant behind the scenes, with the aid of logarithmic tables.
A class of Mathematicians still continues to publish papers and pamphlets on squaring, cubing, and trisecting.Scientific Studies|Henry Dircks
Superficial measures are derived by squaring those of length; and measures of capacity by cubing them.Commentaries on the Laws of England|William Blackstone