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acrenoun [C]

uk   /ˈeɪ.kər/  us   /-kɚ/
C2 a unit for measuring area, equal to 4,047 square metres or 4,840 square yards: He's got 400 acres of land in Russia.
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acreage
noun [C or U] uk   us   /-ɪdʒ/
What acreage is (= how big is) her estate?
Translations of “acre”
in Arabic إيكَر (وِحدة لِقياس الأرْض)…
in Korean 에이커…
in Malaysian ekar…
in Turkish hektar…
in Italian acro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 英畝(=4047平方米或4840平方碼)…
in Russian акр…
in Polish akr (= = 0, 4047 hektara)…
in Vietnamese mẫu Anh…
in Spanish Acre…
in Portuguese acre…
in Thai เอเคอร์…
in Catalan acre…
in Japanese エーカー(面積の単位。1エーカー=4, 047㎡ [4, 480yd2])…
in Indonesian akre…
in Chinese (Simplified) 英亩(=4047平方米或4840平方码)…
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