micrometry

[mahy-krom-i-tree]
noun
the act or process of taking measurements with a micrometer.

Origin:
1850–55; micro- + -metry

micrometrical [mahy-kroh-me-tri-kuhl] , micrometric, adjective
micrometrically, adverb
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micrometer (maɪˈkrɒmɪtə)
 
n
1.  any of various instruments or devices for the accurate measurement of distances or angles
2.  micrometer gauge, Also called: micrometer calliper a type of gauge for the accurate measurement of small distances, thicknesses, diameters, etc. The gap between its measuring faces is adjusted by a fine screw, the rotation of the screw giving a sensitive measure of the distance moved by the face
 
mi'crometry
 
n
 
micrometric
 
adj
 
micro'metrical
 
adj

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micrometry mi·crom·e·try (mī-krŏm'ĭ-trē)
n.
The measurement of minute objects with a micrometer.

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