stere

[ steer ]
/ stɪər /

noun

a cubic meter equivalent to 35.315 cubic feet or 1.3080 cubic yards, used to measure cordwood. Abbreviation: st

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Origin of stere

1790–1800; < French stère < Greek stereós solid

Definition for stere (2 of 2)

stereo-

a combining form borrowed from Greek, where it meant “solid”, used with reference to hardness, solidity, three-dimensionality in the formation of compound words: stereochemistry; stereogram; stereoscope.
Also especially before a vowel, stere-.

Origin of stereo-

From the Greek word stereós
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British Dictionary definitions for stere (1 of 2)

stere
/ (stɪə) /

noun

a unit used to measure volumes of stacked timber equal to one cubic metre (35.315 cubic feet)

Word Origin for stere

C18: from French stère, from Greek stereos solid

British Dictionary definitions for stere (2 of 2)

stereo-

sometimes before a vowel stere-


combining form

indicating three-dimensional quality or soliditystereoscope

Word Origin for stereo-

from Greek stereos solid
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Medical definitions for stere

stereo-

pref.

Solid; solid body:stereotropism.
Three-dimensional:stereochemistry.
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