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cusec

[ kyoo-sek ]
/ ˈkyu sɛk /
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noun
a unit of flow of one cubic foot per second.
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Origin of cusec

1910–15; cu(bic foot per)sec(ond)
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British Dictionary definitions for cusec

cusec
/ (ˈkjuːsɛk) /

noun
a unit of flow equal to 1 cubic foot per second. 1 cusec is equivalent to 0.028 317 cubic metre per second

Word Origin for cusec

C20: from cu (bic foot per) sec (ond)
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