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EtymologyEdit

centi- +‎ day

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NounEdit

centiday (plural centidays)

  1. One hundredth of one day; that is, 14 minutes and 24 seconds.
    • 2008, unknown editor, Talking television.au: There's an April fool born every centiday, blog posting on 31st March 2008[1]:
      ABC's This Day Tonight in Adelaide proudly broke the news on 1 April 1975 that metric time was being introduced to Australia. The new metric time system would see seconds become millidays, minutes become centidays, and hours become decidays.

Usage notesEdit

  • Not a standard unit; apparently no serious use.

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