- a metric unit of length equal to 1000 meters (or 0.621371 miles)
- The kilometre (American spelling: kilometer), symbol km is a unit of length in the metric system, equal to one thousand metres and is therefore exactly equal to the distance travelled by light in free space in of a second. ...
- US spelling of kilometre
- (kilometers) clicks (slang) Canada (and Australia?)
- is a unit for measuring length. The average length between Earth’s center and its surface is about 6,000 Kilometers.
- is a metric unit of distance equal to 3,280.8 feet or 0.621 miles. Index
- 1000 meters. A kilometer equals 0.6214 miles.
- Measurement of distance they tried to convert you to in elemetray school. Equal to .62 miles. MFG courses are measured in kilometers and will range form 2.5 – 3.0 KM. Long enough for great racing, short enough for great spectating.
- A unit of distance corresponding to 1000m.
- (km) A unit of length of 1000 meters. 1 km = 0.6213712 miles (about 5/8 mile); 1 mile = 1.609344 km. In Canada it is pronounced KILL-oh-mee-ter, but elsewhere it is pronounced kull-LAW-mitt-er. Colloquially it is referred to as a klik or klick
- A unit of measurement used on charts to further confuse pilots who already have trouble with knots.
- A metric measurement commonly used in athletic distances. Abbreviated Km or K. 1K equals 0.62 miles. Inversely, 1 mile equals 1.62 kilometers. 5K is 3.1 miles, while 10K (this is higher math) is 6.2 miles.
- 1,000 meters or total running distance required to burn half a donut!
- One thousand meters or 3,281 feet. The kilometer is a unit of measurement for fiber optics.
- a measure of distance used in almost all other countries, at about 5/8 mile.