Meter

m, n; -s, - met|re (Am. -er); Vorhangstoffe etc. am laufenden Meter verkaufen sell curtain materials etc. by the met|re (Am. -er); der laufende Meter kostet ... it’s ... per met|re (Am. -er)
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der Meter
metre
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Me|ter ['meːtɐ]
m or nt -s, -
1) metre (Brit), meter (US)

in einer Entfernung von 40 Méter(n) — at a distance of 40 metres (Brit) or meters (US)

in/auf 500 Méter(n) Höheat a height of 500 metres (Brit) or meters (US)

nach Métern — by the metre (Brit) or meter (US)

2) (= Meterstab) metric measure
3)
See:
= Metermaß
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der
((often abbreviated m when written) the chief unit of length in the metric system, equal to 39.37 inches: This table is one metre broad.) metre
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Me·ter
<-s, ->
[ˈme:tɐ]
m o nt metre [or AM -er]
etw in \Meter umrechnen to convert sth into metres
in \Metern in metres
wie viel ist das in \Metern? how much is that in metres?
in \Metern verkauft werden to be sold in metres [or by the metre]
etw nach \Metern messen to measure sth by the metre [or in metres]
der laufende \Meter per metre
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der od. das; Meters, Meter:, metre

drei Meter lang — three metres long

in 100 Meter Höhe — at a height of 100 metres

auf den letzten Metern — in the last few metres

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Meter m/n; -s, - metre (US -er);
Vorhangstoffe etc
am laufenden Meter verkaufen sell curtain materials etc by the metre (US -er);
der laufende Meter kostet … it’s … per metre (US -er)
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der od. das; Meters, Meter:, metre

drei Meter lang — three metres long

in 100 Meter Höhe — at a height of 100 metres

auf den letzten Metern — in the last few metres

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m.,n.
meter (US) n.
metre (UK) n.

Deutsch-Englisch Wörterbuch. 2013.

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