**kilometre**. a unit for measuring distance; 1 000 metres. The industrial estate is 6 kilometres from the city centre. She had been driving at 110 kilometres per hour. Monaco is only two square kilometres in size. late 18th cent.: from French kilomètre (see kilo-, metre ).People also ask

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