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acre

noun /(British ) ˈeikə; (American) ˈeikər/
a unit for measuring an area of land, equal to 4840 square yards or approximately 4047 square metres
Acre
50,000 acres of land.
Traducciones de “acre”
en árabe إيكَر (وِحدة لِقياس الأرْض)…
en coreano 에이커…
in Malaysian ekar…
en turco hektar…
en italiano acro…
en chino (tradicionál) 英畝(=4047平方米或4840平方碼)…
en ruso акр…
en polaco akr (= = 0, 4047 hektara)…
in Vietnamese mẫu Anh…
en portugués acre…
in Thai เอเคอร์…
en catalán acre…
en japonés エーカー(面積の単位。1エーカー=4, 047㎡ [4, 480yd2])…
in Indonesian akre…
en chino (simplificado) 英亩(=4047平方米或4840平方码)…
(Definition of acre from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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