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Encyclopedia > Millimeter

A millimetre (American spelling: millimeter), symbol mm is an SI unit of length that is equal to one thousandth of a metre.


1 mm is equal to:

See 1 E-3 m for comparisons.


The level of rainfall is also reported as millimeters as measured with a rain gauge.


micrometre << millimetre << centimetre


Unicode has symbols for "mm" (㎜), for square millimetre (㎟) and for cubic millimetre (㎣).


See also

Orders of magnitude (length)


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