Meaning of metrication in English:

metrication

Pronunciation /mɛtrɪˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/

Translate metrication into Spanish

noun

See metricate

‘We're sitting less than 12 months away from a General Election and any party that declared support for metrication would take a pounding.’
  • ‘It would do no harm to allow metric on pedestrian distance signs and would pave the way for the ultimate objective of full metrication of traffic signs.’
  • ‘The UK government committed to introduce metrication over a 10-year period 40 years ago but has yet to introduce kilometres on our roads.’
  • ‘I used to love all these things - before metrication.’
  • ‘He is well-known for protests against council tax that have led to him being jailed and has also been associated with protests against metrication.’