gramnoun [ C ]UK also gramme uk /ɡræm/ us /ɡræm/ written abbreviation g, gm
- To make this cake, you'll need 175 grams each of sugar and flour, and two eggs.
- This tin of beans weighs 475 grams.
Examples from literature
- A can of soup may have as much as 30 grams of sugar in it.
- A long, hard day of work could bring a lucky prospector one ounce (about 28 grams) of gold.
- Each time a tree is tapped, it will produce about 30 grams of raw latex, adding up to about 11 kilograms a year.
- For example, a soft drink can have 39 grams of sugar – that’s about 13 teaspoons.
- Instead of fish, he found 170 grams of gold in the lake.
- It’s only 25 grams.
- The smallest freshwater turtle, the stinkpot turtle, grows to no more than 12 centimeters long and weighs only about 600 grams.