Translation:The centigram is smaller than the gram.
I know - but I still think I have more use of knowing what inches or yards or whatever Imperial units translates to than "theoretical" parts of the metric system... In Sweden (where I'm from) some stuff are for example still measured in inches, like some building materials and vinyl records (and, quite obviously, "tumstocken", the inchstick - "tum" is Swedish for "inch"), yet you never encounter "decalitres" in your daily life. I think the same goes for Romania...
All Imperial/US customary measurement units have translations in Romanian (theoretical - these can be looked up in a dictionary, but have no practical use, since these units are not used in Romania)
pound - livră
inch - țol
knot - nod
light year - an lumină -> this is used in astronomy