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Oxford dictionary definition of the word metric:

adjective

1relating to or based on the metre as a unit of length:

all measurements are given in metric form

relating to or using the metric system:

we should have gone metric years ago

2 Mathematics & Physics relating to or denoting a metric:

the metric equation of Minkowski space-time

noun

1 technical a system or standard of measurement:

the levels of branching are arbitrary and no precise metric is applied to distance between the nodes

(metrics) (in business) a set of figures or statistics that measure results.

Mathematics & Physics a binary function of a topological space which gives, for any two points of the space, a value equal to the distance between them, or to a value treated as analogous to distance for the purpose of analysis:

[with modifier]:

the external structure of space-time is described by the Schwarzschild metric

2 [mass noun] informal the metric system:

it’s easier to work in metric

Origin:

mid 19th century (as an adjective relating to length): from French métrique, from mètre (see metre1)