Metrics meaning

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The definition of metrics is the use of timing and rhythm in poems or verse.

An example of metrics is the study of how rhythm is used in a short poem.

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The use or study of metrical structures in verse; prosody.
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The application of statistics and mathematical analysis to a specified field of study.

Econometrics.

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The science or art of writing in meter.
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A general term that refers to financial performance measures, such as earnings per share or revenues. An analyst may say that one company beat its competitors in certain metrics.
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Plural form of metric.
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The study of metrical verse; prosody [treated as singular]
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Metrics is defined as the science of measuring, or a set of measurements that help you evaluate results.

An example of metrics is econometrics, measuring in the field of economics.

An example of metrics is the number of people who came to a store as a result of seeing the store's television ad.

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Origin of metrics

  • From metric
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition