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In my work I need to describe "groups of metrics". I'm not sure if I should write "metrics groups" or "metric groups" (I tend to "metrics"metrics metric groups" now). And now I'm confused with "names of groups of metrics". "Metrics groups names" sound odd, as do "metrics group names". How should I write this?

In my work I need to describe "groups of metrics". I'm not sure if I should write "metrics groups" or "metric groups" (I tend to "metrics groups" now). And now I'm confused with "names of groups of metrics". "Metrics groups names" sound odd, as do "metrics group names". How should I write this?

In my work I need to describe "groups of metrics". I'm not sure if I should write "metrics groups" or "metric groups" (I tend to "metrics metric groups" now). And now I'm confused with "names of groups of metrics". "Metrics groups names" sound odd, as do "metrics group names". How should I write this?

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In my work I need to describe groups of metrics"groups of metrics". I'm not sure if I should write metrics groups"metrics groups" or metric groups"metric groups" (I tend to metrics groups"metrics groups" now). And now I'm confused with names of groups of metrics"names of groups of metrics". metrics groups names"Metrics groups names" sound odd, as do metrics group names"metrics group names". How should I write this?

In my work I need to describe groups of metrics. I'm not sure if I should write metrics groups or metric groups (I tend to metrics groups now). And now I'm confused with names of groups of metrics. metrics groups names sound odd, as do metrics group names. How should I write this?

In my work I need to describe "groups of metrics". I'm not sure if I should write "metrics groups" or "metric groups" (I tend to "metrics groups" now). And now I'm confused with "names of groups of metrics". "Metrics groups names" sound odd, as do "metrics group names". How should I write this?

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In my work I need to describe groups of metrics. I'm not sure if I should write metrics groups or metric groups (I tend to metrics groups now). And now I'm confused with names of groups of metrics. metrics groups names sound odd, as do metrics group names. How should I write this?