kilogram–meter

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noun ki·lo·gram–me·ter \ˈkē-lə-ˌgram-ˈmē-tər, ˈki-lə-\

Definition of kilogram–meter

  1. :  the meter-kilogram-second gravitational unit of work and energy equal to the work done by a kilogram force acting through a distance of one meter in the direction of the force :  about 7.235 foot-pounds

1866

First Known Use of kilogram–meter

1866


Medical Dictionary

kilogram–meter

noun ki·lo·gram–me·ter
variants: or chiefly British

kilogramme–metre

Medical Definition of kilogram–meter

  1. :  the mks gravitational unit of work and energy equal to the work done by a kilogram force acting through a distance of one meter in the direction of the force :  about 7.235 foot-pounds


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