Crossword clues for tonne
- 2204.62 avoirdupois pounds
- Weight unit for lorries
- Ton successor
- Heavy metric unit
- 2204.62 pounds
- Winchester weight
- Million grams
- Metric measure of weight
- Metric heavyweight
- Metric heavy weight
- Large metric weight
- Equivalent of a megagram
- British heavyweight?
- British heavy weight
- Brit's heavy weight
- Approximately 2,200 pounds
- A thousand kilos
- A million grams
- 1000 kilos
- 1,000 kilograms (example #3)
- Metric unit of 1,000 kilograms
- 1,000 kilograms, to a Brit
- Heavy weight, in France
- British weight
- Metric weight
- English weight
- 1,000 kilogrammes
- Unit for a lorry
- A unit of weight equivalent to 1000 kilograms
- Metric ton
- One thousand kilograms
- Unit of 1,000 kilograms
- A thousand kilograms
- Metric weight unit
- Unit measuring weight put on neural nets
- 1000 kilograms
- Heavy metric weight unit
- Heavy British weight
- French weight
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tonne \Tonne\, n.
A tun. [Obs.]
Tonne \Tonne\, n. [F.] A metric ton.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1877, French form of ton (n.1), adopted for English use to denote a metric ton (1,000 kg.).
n. 1 A metric unit of mass equal to 1000 kilograms. Symbol: t 2 (context colloquial darts English) A score of 100.
The tonne ( British and SI; or metric ton (in the United States) is a non-SI metric unit of mass equal to or one megagram (Mg); it is equivalent to approximately pounds, or 0.984 long tons (imperial). Although not part of the SI per se, the tonne is " accepted for use with" SI units and prefixes by the International Committee for Weights and Measures, along with several other units like the bar, litre and day.
Tonne is a metric unit of weight.
Tonne or Tønne or Tonnes may refer to:
Usage examples of "tonne".
To the average Qeng Ho, diamond was simply another allotrope of carbon, cheaply made in tonne lots.
Something near a tonne per second began accumulating over the south pole.
The starship only carried one MSV, which imposed a two hundred and fifty tonne per day restriction.
Every ounce we can pack will bring more profit than a tonne of Hydrogen-3.
Portsmouth, before he transferred here, and hit him like a tonne of cement.
There was debris by the tonne, gas tanks and candlesticks, clothing bags and coconuts, all spilling out into space in a blizzard of frozen air and water and coolant and blood.
She found a slab of marble that looked like it weighed about half a tonne, and began edging sideways towards it.
In the US this would reduce annual carbon emissions by nearly 200 million tonnes -- a bit less than one tonne for every US citizen.
The main goal will be to raise at least a million tonnes of water and similar quantities of metallic ores.
Their two largest landers could hoist a thousand tonnes from surface to orbit.
The main event was on the other side of the world, where the heavy-lifter crews were carving and raising a few million tonnes of seamount and frozen ocean.
Clean nukes had broken up several million tonnes of frozen ocean, but steam above the extraction site was complicating the remainder of the job.
There was an almost bluish color to the sky now, the mists of thousands of tonnes of water and air boiling up, turning the rockpile into a comet.
Diamonds, but each ship was over six hundred meters long, a million tonnes unfueled.
There were ten million tonnes of grain aboard it, enough to sustain Maresk a little while longer.