inch, pound, cubic feet, centimeter, kilogram, meter (need abbreviations)

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12:01 Dec 19, 2000
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English term or phrase: inch, pound, cubic feet, centimeter, kilogram, meter (need abbreviations)
I need the Spanish abbreviations or the names amd the abbreviations for the following:
- inch
- pound
- cubic feet
- centimeter
- kilogram
- meter
- cubic meter
Thanks.
Frank Smith
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Explanation:
(The abbreviation is in brackets)

- inch: pulgada
- pound: libra (lb)
- cubic feet: pie cúbico
- centimeter: centímetro cm
- kilogram: kilogramo (kg)
- meter: metro (m)
- cubic meter: metro cúbico (m3)

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napulgada, libra, pies cubicos, centimetro, kilogramo metro metro cubico
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Explanation:
(The abbreviation is in brackets)

- inch: pulgada
- pound: libra (lb)
- cubic feet: pie cúbico
- centimeter: centímetro cm
- kilogram: kilogramo (kg)
- meter: metro (m)
- cubic meter: metro cúbico (m3)

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pulgada, libra, pies cubicos, centimetro, kilogramo metro metro cubico


Explanation:
inch - Pulgada (Pulg.)
- pound - Libra (lb)
- cubic feet - Pies cúbicos (P3)
- centimeter - Centimetro (cm)
- kilogram - Kilo, kilogramo (kg)
- meter - metro (m )
- cubic meter - metro cúbico (m3)
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Beatriz Read
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