[ sˈɪstəm ɒv mˈɛʒəmənt], [ sˈɪstəm ɒv mˈɛʒəmənt], [ s_ˈɪ_s_t_ə_m ɒ_v m_ˈɛ_ʒ_ə_m_ə_n_t]
How to use "System of measurement" in context?
There are many systems of measurement in use around the world. Some are popular in one region of the world, while others are more common in other regions. A few examples of systems of measurement are the metric system, the inch system, the British system of units, and the US system of units. Each system of measurement has its own advantages and disadvantages. The metric system is the most common system in use today, and is based on the metric system of length, weight, and volume. The inch system is used in the United States, and is based on the length of an inch (1 foot, 2 inches, 2 feet, etc.).
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