volumetric

[vol-yuh-me-trik]
Sometimes vol·u·met·ri·cal.

Origin of volumetric

1860–65; volu(me) + -metric2
Related formsvol·u·met·ri·cal·ly, adverbvo·lu·me·try [vuh-loo-mi-tree] /vəˈlu mɪ tri/, noun
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volumetric

adjective
  1. of, concerning, or using measurement by volumevolumetric analysis Compare gravimetric
Derived Formsvolumetrically, adverbvolumetry (vɒˈljuːmɪtrɪ), noun
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Word Origin and History for volumetric
adj.

1857, from volumeter (1829) + -ic.

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volumetric in Medicine

volumetric

[vŏl′yu-mĕtrĭk]
adj.
  1. Of or relating to measurement by volume.
Related formsvol′u•metri•cal•ly adv.
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volumetric in Science

volumetric

[vŏl′yu-mĕtrĭk]
  1. Relating to measurement by volume or to a unit that is used to measure volume.
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