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|French to English translations [PRO]|
|French term or phrase: 1m40, 1m45, 1m60, 1m75, 1m80|
|Please convert to British English and indicate a good online converter by the way, thanks in advance.|
|Local time: 17:54|
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|5 +1||Ici, en bas à gauche.... "Units conversion"|
|5||4'7", 4'9", 5'3", 5'9", 5'11"||Paul Stevens|
|5||4,59 ft, 4,75 ft, 5,24 ft, 5,74 ft, 5.90 ft|
|5||Source for conversion|
|4||1.40 m, 1.45 m, 1.60 m, 1.70 m, 1.80 m||David Sirett|
|4||4 foot 7 inches|
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4,59 ft, 4,75 ft, 5,24 ft, 5,74 ft, 5.90 ft
1 m = 3,28 ft
I've converted meters into feet, but you can also convert it into inches, yards or whatever you want, by using the online converters below:
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1.40 m, 1.45 m, 1.60 m, 1.70 m, 1.80 m
Sizes of what? Dimensions in the UK are metric, so general "British English" is as shown above. Of course, if you're talking about how tall people are...
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