- tare (n.1)
- "kind of fodder plant, vetch," c. 1300, perhaps cognate with or from Middle Dutch tarwe "wheat," from a Germanic source perhaps related to Breton draok, Welsh drewg "darnel," Sanskrit durva "a kind of millet grass," Greek darata, daratos "bread," Lithuanian dirva "a wheat-field." Used in 2nd Wyclif version (1388) of Matt. xxiii:25 to render Greek zizania as a weed among corn (earlier darnel and cockle had been used in this place); hence figurative use for "something noxious sown among something good" (1711).
- tare (n.2)
- "allowable difference between gross and net weight, deduction made from gross weight of goods to account for approximate weight of packaging or container holding them," late 15c., from Middle French tare "wastage in goods, deficiency, imperfection" (15c.), from Italian tara, Medieval Latin tara, from Arabic tarah, literally "thing deducted or rejected, that which is thrown away," from taraha "to reject."
- 1. The principles outlined above for getting the tare weight of containers should be applied.
- 2. Please tell me the cargo the tare and the size?
- 3. Net Weight: the gross weight less tare.
- 净重: 总重扣除皮重后的重量.
- 4. Tare: the weight of cotton's packaging materials.
- 皮重: 棉花包装材料的重量.
- 5. Tare good care of yourself.
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