Origin of stadia1
Words nearby stadia
Other definitions for stadia (2 of 2)
How to use stadia in a sentence
I think the way we play the World Cup will define a lot of things that will happen outside the stadia.Brazil’s World Cup Is An Expensive, Exploitative Nightmare|Vac Verikaitis|May 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The voyage from Ephesus in a straight line is 70 stadia, and including the winding of the bays, 120.
The whole island is 300 stadia in circumference; it has no harbours, but only anchorages, the best of which is called Histi.
They expelled these people and founded the ancient Smyrna, which is distant from the present city about 20 stadia.
From Miletus to Pyrrha, in a straight line by sea, is 30 stadia; so much longer is the journey by sailing near the land.
Next is another bay, on which is situated the ancient Smyrna, at the distance of 20 stadia from the present city.
British Dictionary definitions for stadia (1 of 2)
- tacheometry that makes use of a telescopic surveying instrument and a graduated staff calibrated to correspond with the distance from the observer
- (as modifier)stadia surveying