メーター, メータ

  • mētā,mēta
JLPT 2

Definition of メーター,メータ

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • meter (i.e. measuring device)

  • metre (i.e. 100 cm)
  • meter

Related Study Lists

JLPT N2 Study List

This list contains all words and kanji related to the JLPT N2 test. Official word and kanji lists are not available for these tests;...

Examples of メーター,メータ in a Sentence

ロープは、2~3メーターすぎた
The rope was a couple of meters too short.
メーター数字読んでください
Read the meter.
広げると1メーターにもなる
An eagle's wings are more than one meter across.
クスコは海抜3500メーターありそこ多くのインカ会うこときる。
Cuzco lies about 3,500 meters above sea level, and you can still see many Incas there.
The mayor felt that he should look into the loss of income from parking meters.
おいちゃんとメーター入れて走ってくれ
Hey, don't ride the arm.
ヶ月1度メーター検査します
We read the meter once every two months.

Want to learn Japanese on the go?

Download our podcast to get all of our episodes featuring free Japanese lessons, news, and entertainment.

Download Now

Start Learning Japanese Now

Get Started