# metric meaning

EN[ˈmɛt.ɹɪk]WMetric

- Metric or metrical may refer to:

- NounPLmetricsPREmet-SUF-metric
- A measure for something; a means of deriving a quantitative measurement or approximation for otherwise qualitative phenomena (especially used in engineering).
- (mathematics) A measurement of the "distance" between two points in some metric space: it is a real-valued function d(x,y) between points x and y satisfying the following properties: (1) "positive definiteness": and , (2) "symmetry": , and (3) "triangle inequality".
- Abbreviation of metric system.

- A measure for something; a means of deriving a quantitative measurement or approximation for otherwise qualitative phenomena (especially used in engineering).
- VerbSGmetricsPRmetrickingPT, PPmetricked
- VT (aerospace, systems engineering) To measure or analyse statistical data concerning the quality or effectiveness of a process.
- we need to
**metric**the status of software documentation - we need to
**metric**the verification of requirements - we need to
**metric**the system failures - the project manager is
**metricking**the closure of the action items - customer satisfaction was
**metricked**by the marketing department

- we need to

- VT (aerospace, systems engineering) To measure or analyse statistical data concerning the quality or effectiveness of a process.
- Adjective
- of or relating to the metric system of measurement.
- (music) of or relating to the meter of a piece of music.
- (mathematics, physics) of or relating to distance.

- of or relating to the metric system of measurement.
- More Examples
- Used in the Middle of Sentence
- The solutions are obtained by expressing the
**metric**function in terms of an auxiliary function which satisfies the Laplace equation, a characteristic property of the conformastatic spacetimes. - One typical Grecian kiln engorged one thousand muleloads of juniper wood in a single burn. Fifty such kilns would devour six thousand
**metric**tons of trees and brush annually. - Conventional success
**metrics**are not always the best indicator of success.

- The solutions are obtained by expressing the
- Used in the Ending of Sentence
- The number of “likes” isn't always a good success
**metric**. - The trivial absolute value gives rise to the discrete
**metric**. - They miscalculated, by assuming it was standard, not
**metric**.

- The number of “likes” isn't always a good success

- Used in the Middle of Sentence

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