noun, plural met·ros. (often initial capital letter)
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Definition for metro (2 of 5)
noun, plural met·ros.
Origin of metro2
Definition for metro (3 of 5)
Origin of metro-1
Definition for metro (4 of 5)
Origin of metro-2
Definition for metro (5 of 5)
Examples from the Web for metro
They go to Paris, but never leave the underground metro station, where they stalk the metro mall shops.
There will be an issue of the New York Times and magazines, an iPhone and Kindle, metro cards and subway maintenance signs.
Looting at the Metro store was another headache among many, he said.
On Wednesday, however, Martin's people set the record straight, telling The Metro that he and Chung “are definitely not dating.”Solange Knowles’s Met Gala Clutch ‘Worth Fighting For’; Nicolas Ghesquiere Brings Top Talent to First Louis Vuitton Campaign|The Fashion Beast Team|May 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We kept that a secret so well, apart from The Metro or some newspaper in the U.K. that did an article on it.‘Game of Thrones’ Star Maisie Williams, aka Arya Stark, on Her Big Premiere Episode ‘Two Swords’|Marlow Stern|April 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I went down into the Metro and in time arrived at the station.A "Y Girl in France|Katherine Shortall
(Metro de drapo would mean a yard-measure which was lying on cloth, or which is used for cloth).
(Metro de drapo signifus metron, kiu kuŝis sur drapo, aŭ kiu estas uzata por drapo).
"There's a new picture at the Metro," he said as quietly as he could.No Strings Attached|Lester del Rey
The Metro was not crowded, Andrews and Jeanne sat opposite each other without talking.Three Soldiers|John Dos Passos