## ››Convert metre to cubit [Egyptian]

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 Did you mean to convert meter to cubit [Egyptian] cubit [English] cubit [Roman] cubit [Royal Egyptian]

How many meter in 1 cubit? The answer is 0.45.
We assume you are converting between metre and cubit [Egyptian].
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The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 1 meter, or 2.2222222222222 cubit.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
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## ››Quick conversion chart of meter to cubit

1 meter to cubit = 2.22222 cubit

5 meter to cubit = 11.11111 cubit

10 meter to cubit = 22.22222 cubit

15 meter to cubit = 33.33333 cubit

20 meter to cubit = 44.44444 cubit

25 meter to cubit = 55.55556 cubit

30 meter to cubit = 66.66667 cubit

40 meter to cubit = 88.88889 cubit

50 meter to cubit = 111.11111 cubit

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## ››Definition: Meter

The metre, symbol: m, is the basic unit of distance (or of "length", in the parlance of the physical sciences) in the International System of Units. The internationally-accepted spelling of the unit in English is "metre", although the American English spelling meter is a common variant. However, both American and non-American forms of English agree that the spelling "meter" should be used as a suffix in the names of measuring devices such as chronometers and micrometers.

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