In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1unidad de peso equivalente a 45,36kg. en EEUU y a 50,80kg. en RU
- Frank is pictured with a hundredweight of butter - or 224 packs - and that represents the weight he has shed in 12 months.
- He said the going rate for milk before the premium is about $15.21 a hundredweight.
- Having not eaten bacon or burgers for years I now consume vegeburgers by the hundredweight.
- Her dad may have owned the business, she says, but he still carried hundredweights of coal on his back.
- For example, a dairy cooperative could have its financial data compared on a hundredweight basis.
- He had just unloaded his prize specimens for a quarter of that - and, in the village, had given away half a hundredweight to anyone who would have them.
- There's been years when the price differential is $8 or $10 a hundredweight.
- I remember once having to help carry a three hundredweight bag of wheat.
- This movement was transmitted to cranks on the rear wheel by connecting rods; the machine weighed almost exactly half a hundredweight and the physical effort required to ride it must have been considerable.
- This massive stone is approximately six feet in length and weight at least five hundredweight.
- Its crime, as the documentary points out, was that from first song to last, it got through three and a half hundredweight of black paint.
- Ours weighed half a hundredweight with all the food and camping kit we had to carry with us.
- I guess that, since 1954, I have smoked more than a million cigarettes, at least 20,000 cigars, and perhaps a hundredweight of pipe tobacco.
- As a harsh winter lingered, blocking the trade routes to the territory, prices rose steadily and eventually reached a hundred dollars for a hundredweight of flour.
- The castings produced by them can vary in weight from ounces up to several hundredweights.
- Allowance must even be made for the fact that the journey alone will knock a hundredweight off a horse.
- The staff are longing to sell the two hundredweight bags of sawdust that make up most of the stock, but the browsers go straight past those to stick their fingers in the reptile cage.
- The beekeeper added: ‘We know that 500,000 bees weigh about one hundredweight.’
- The only exciting thing that happened all day was when the top came off the scaffolding tower, unbalanced by about a hundredweight of slate which had been injudiciously stacked all on the same side of its centre of gravity.
- With approximately 10 larks to the pound, three hundredweight would account for about 3360 birds being killed each day.
- Four hundredweight in a one-horse cart was low in comparison with the weights carried by scheduled carriers but it is a plausible average to use for traffic on the rural roads of Cheshire.
- "I remember once having to help carry a three hundredweight bag of wheat.
- It weighs about a hundredweight and it took two of us to get it back into place after it had been repaired.
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