Kilometer

103 meter.
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Kilometer

• (n.) Alt. of Kilometre
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kilometer

(km) (kĭ-lom´ә-tәr) (kil´o-me″tәr) a unit of linear measurement of the metric system, being 1000 (103) meters, or the equivalent of 3280.83 feet, or about five-eighths of a mile.
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kilometer

(km) A kilometer is equal to 1,000 meters. There are about one and a half kilometers in a mile.
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kilometer

1,000 meters. A kilometer equals 0.6214 miles
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Kilometer

(km) 1,000 meters in length or approximatelly 0.62 mile.
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kilometer

(km) A unit of distance. 1 km = 1,000 m = 0.62 mi. Alternatively, 1 mile = 1.609 km.
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kilometer

a measure of distance used in almost all other countries, at about 5/8 mile.
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Kilometer

A measure of distance used in almost all other countries, at about 5/8 mile.
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kilometer

A measure of length equal to 1,000 meters or about 5/8 of a mile.
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Kilometer

A velodrome event, also known as the kilometer time trial, ridden from a standing start where the rider is held by a mechanical starting machine or volunteer. See red kite.
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Kilometer

Abbreviated km. 1 km = 1000 meters = 105 cm = 0.62 mile.
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kilometer

kilometer, kilometre (British) Related 'metric' families: yotta; zetta; exa; peta; tera; giga; mega; hecto; deka; deci; centi; milli; micro; nano; pico; femto; atto; zepto; yocto.
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Kilometer

metric measurement used in athletic events. One K equals 0.62 miles. A 10K race is 6.2 miles, and a 5K is 3.1 miles.
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kilometer

[n] - a metric unit of length equal to 1000 meters (or 0.621371 miles)
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