Example: The length of the pencil is 15 centimetres.

Example: The width of the book is 21 centimetres.

Example: The height of the door is 200 centimetres.

Example: The diameter of the circle is 10 centimetres.

Example: The depth of the cut is 2 centimetres.

- The distance between the bookshelf and the wall is 15 centimetres.
- The seamstress needs to cut the fabric to 30 centimetres.
- The cake slice is five centimetres wide.
- The pencil is twenty centimetres long.
- The height of the table is seventy-two centimetres.
- The width of the door is eighty-five centimetres.
- The length of this pencil is twelve centimetres.
- The distance between the two flowers is just a centimetre.
- The thickness of the book is two and a half centimetres.
- The plant grew two centimetres taller this week.
- The teacher asked the students to draw a square with sides of 10 centimetres.
- The accident caused a deep centimetre-wide cut on his left arm.
- Can you measure the width of the table with a measuring tape, in centimetres?
- The dress that I picked up from the store is 80 centimetres long.
- The dress I bought last week is too short by just a centimetre, and it looks awkward.
- The teacher asked the students to draw a centimetre scale on their notebooks and measure the length of different objects in their classroom.
- In the world of engineering, centimetre accuracy is crucial when designing and building bridges and skyscrapers.
- The carpenter measured the width of the door frame in centimetres to ensure the custom-made door would fit perfectly.
- The doctor examined the wound and informed the patient that it was six centimetres long and needed stitches.
- The carpenter carefully measured every centimetre of the wooden plank before cutting it.
- The precision of this sculpture is impeccable, with every centimetre crafted with utmost care.
- The distance between galaxies can be measured in millions of light-years, but the distance between stars in a galaxy is often measured in centimetres.
- The distance between the two points is only a few centimetres but the difference in perspective is immense.
- The surgeon made an incision only a few centimetres in length, but it was enough to perform the necessary procedure.
- The seamstress measured the fabric down to the centimetre, ensuring a precise fit.
- The seamstress expertly measured each centimetre of fabric before making a single cut.
- The winning photograph was chosen for its perfect composition, down to every centimetre.
- The surgeon skillfully maneuvered the scalpel within a few centimetres of the vital organs.
- The precision of the measurements required a level of accuracy down to the centimetre.
- The jeweler meticulously crafted the delicate necklace, ensuring each centimetre was flawless.