milliliter

noun
mil·​li·​li·​ter | \ ˈmi-lə-ˌlē-tər How to pronounce milliliter (audio) \

Definition of milliliter

: a unit of capacity equal to ¹/₁₀₀₀ liter — see Metric System Table

First Known Use of milliliter

circa 1810, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for milliliter

French millilitre, from milli- + litre liter

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The first known use of milliliter was circa 1810

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milliliter

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English Language Learners Definition of milliliter

: a measure of capacity equal to 1/1000 liter

milliliter

noun
mil·​li·​li·​ter | \ ˈmi-lə-ˌlē-tər How to pronounce milliliter (audio) \

Kids Definition of milliliter

: a unit of capacity equal to 1/1000 liter

milliliter

noun
mil·​li·​li·​ter
variants: or chiefly British millilitre \ ˈmil-​ə-​ˌlēt-​ər How to pronounce millilitre (audio) \

Medical Definition of milliliter

: one thousandth of a liter abbreviation ml

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