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-poundersuffix

uk   / -paʊn.dər/  us   / -paʊn.dɚ/ informal
weighing the number of pounds or fraction of a pound mentioned: "What sort of burger do you want?" "I think I'll have a quarter-pounder."mainly US The newest member of the team is a 23-year-old 212-pounder from Miami.
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