tare - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "tare" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

tare / тара, вес тары, вика
имя существительное
tare, packing materials, boxing
вес тары
vetch, tare
имя существительное
a vetch, especially the common vetch.
Good soil is made by plenty of bulky waste organic material or growing winter tares or clover during a resting year.
(in biblical use) an injurious weed resembling wheat when young (Matt. 13:24–30).
Some recover and go on to ‘produce a good crop,’ while others become weeds, or tares in God's field, of whom Jesus Christ made a dire warning in another of His parables.
an allowance made for the weight of the packaging in order to determine the net weight of goods.
The tare weight of a 463L pallet is about 300 pounds.
The tare weight of a 463L pallet is about 300 pounds.
With only 1725 kg tare weight, the engine certainly produced plenty of power in all circumstances.
After factoring in the tare weight, or weight of the empty bottle, the operator can determine how much liquid is left inside.
And they want lighter tare weights, zero maintenance, and more automatic transmissions.
Side loading eliminated the need to drive over the deck to reach other flat cars, so it was eliminated, along with its expense, and more importantly, tare weight.
This tag is used to identify automatically the vehicle and its relevant tare mass, after which the gross mass is determined by weighbridge instrumentation.
In comparison, 40-foot containers have a tare weight of 7,000 pounds, a payload of 60,000 pounds, and a gross weight capacity of 67,000 pounds.
This year I'm using winter tares - a winter hardy vetch which will fix nitrogen and provide good protection, but in the past I've also used clovers, buckwheat, phacelia and grazing rye.
Tare weight is often published upon the sides of railway cars to facilitate the computation of the load carried.
Also, the field should be watched for several days to prevent pigeons, which are remarkably fond of tares , from devouring much of the sown seed.