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gram

noun [C] ( also gramme)
 
 
/ɡræm/ ( written abbreviation g, also gr, also gm, also grm) MEASURES
a basic unit of weight in the metric system: The fireworks contain a few grams of gunpowder.a/per gram The firms are paying up to $45,000 per gram to place plants aboard satellites. →  See also kilogram
Translations of “gram”
in Arabic جِرام…
in Korean (무게의 단위)그램…
in Malaysian gram…
in Turkish gram…
in Italian grammo…
in Chinese (Traditional) (質量單位)克…
in Russian грамм…
in Polish gram…
in Vietnamese gam…
in Spanish gramo…
in Portuguese grama…
in Thai หน่วยชั่งน้ำหนักเป็นกรัม…
in Catalan gram…
in Japanese グラム(重さの単位。1グラム= 0.001キログラム)…
in Indonesian gram…
in Chinese (Simplified) (质量单位)克…
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