- n. Plural form of kilogram.
“This measurement is in kilograms, and 100 kilograms translates to 220 lbs.”
“Approaching the age of 30, I passed the nebulous but generally accepted clinical threshold separating the merely overweight from the obese: a ratio of weight (in kilograms) to the square of height (in meters) of 30 or more.”
“And, of course, 400 kilograms is not a measure of force — but we know what they mean.”
“And that is 12-and-a-half kilograms, which is approximately 400 ounces.”
“The centerpiece of the exhibition is an intricately crafted gold halter, weighing almost four kilograms, that is believed to be the Upavita, or Sacred Thread, of the sort worn by the elite Brahmin class in traditional Hindu society.”
“And he's carrying with him something that is about the size of a piano, weighs about 150 kilograms, which is a giant cable reel.”
“She won the snatch with a lift of 100 kilograms, which is 220.46 lbs.”
“The estimated dry opium produced from this cultivated area is over 2000 kilograms, which is worth Rs four billion in the international market.”
“I'm only 68 or 69 kilograms, which is a good weight and I'm very lean at it, but when you've got [Andrew] Pitt who's 65kg, Kenan [Sofuoglu] who's 65kg and Eugene [Laverty] who's 61 or 62 kilos, we've got to find a little bit more horsepower.”
“SEBAL is the only model in the world, which provides directly useful quantitative data such as kilograms per hectare or liters per square meter.”
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