noun (plural kilos)
- Also, no single piece of luggage should exceed 70 pounds or 32 kilos in weight.
- Borg kept his weight during a tournament at 73 kilos: a hectogram up or down and he'd feel either bloated or weak.
- After six weeks, I had put on a lot of weight, almost a kilo [2.2 pounds] a day.
3A code word representing the letter K, used in radio communication.
- Like data transfer rates, frequencies can be very large, so the standard large units are used to note them: kilo (K), mega (M), and giga (G).
Late 19th century: from French, abbreviation of kilogramme, kilomètre.
Words that rhyme with kilofilo
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