Definition of stere in English:

stere

Line breaks: stere
Pronunciation: /stɪə
 
/

noun

A unit of volume equal to one cubic metre.
More example sentences
  • According to the current national standard in the United States, the stere is not to be used.
  • China's comprehensive timber utilization percentage is expected to exceed 65 percent in 2010 from the current 60 percent, which will save 40 to 50 million steres of timber annually.
  • It has 354.8 billion steres in surface water resources, 13.5 percent of the nation's total, and 330 billion steres in glacial water resources.

Origin

late 18th century: from French stère, from Greek stereos 'solid'.

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