- metre-kilogram-second
- metr-kilogram-sekundaukład metrkilogram-sekunda

*English-Polish dictionary for engineers.
2013.*

- metre-kilogram-second
- metr-kilogram-sekundaukład metrkilogram-sekunda

*English-Polish dictionary for engineers.
2013.*

**metre-kilogram-second**— also metre kilogramme second var of METER KILOGRAM SECOND … Medical dictionary**metre-kilogram-second system**— /ˌmitə kɪləgræm ˈsɛkənd sɪstəm/ (say .meetuh kiluhgram sekuhnd sistuhm) noun a system of units used in science, based on the metre, kilogram, and second as the fundamental units of length, mass, and time. Abbrev.: MKS (system) …**metre-kilogram-second**— meˈtre kilˈogram secˈond adjective Relating to a system of scientific units for length, mass and time (abbrev MKS), now largely superseded by the SI • • • Main Entry: ↑metre … Useful english dictionary**metre-kilogram-second-ampere**— meˈtre kilˈogram secˈond amˈpere adjective Relating to the Giorgi system of scientific units for length, mass, time and current (abbrev MKSA) • • • Main Entry: ↑metre … Useful english dictionary**Metre-tonne-second system of units**— The metre tonne second or mts system of units is a system of physical units. It was invented in France, hence the unit names sthène and pièze, and was adopted only by the Soviet Union in 1933, and abolished there in 1955. It was built on the same … Wikipedia**meter-kilogram-second**— or chiefly Brit metre kilogram second also metre kilogramme second adj MKS … Medical dictionary**Metre per second squared**— The metre (or meter) per second squared is the unit of acceleration in the International System of Units (SI). As a derived unit it is composed from the SI base units of length, the metre, and the standard unit of time, the second. Its symbol is… … Wikipedia**Second**— This article is about the unit of time. For other uses, see Second (disambiguation). A light flashing approximately once per second. The second (SI unit symbol: s; informal abbreviation: sec) is a unit of measurement of time, and is the… … Wikipedia**metre**— 1. n. (US meter) a metric unit and the base SI unit of linear measure, equal to about 39.4 inches, and reckoned as the length of the path travelled by light in a vacuum during 1/299,792,458 of a second. Phrases and idioms: metre kilogram second… … Useful english dictionary**Kilogram**— Kg redirects here. For other uses, see Kg (disambiguation). Kilogram A computer generated image of the international prototype kilogram (IPK). The IPK is the kilogram. The IPK, which is roughly the size of a golf ball, sits here alongside a ruler … Wikipedia**Metre**— This article is about the unit of length. For other uses of metre or meter , see meter (disambiguation). 1 metre = SI units 100 cm 1000 mm US customary / Imperial units 3.2808 ft 39.370 in The metre (or meter), symbol m, is… … Wikipedia