Tare

To set a display to show zero weight. This is used to remove the weight of any packing or containers so that only the weight of the material within the container is shown. The Tare value is deleted from the remaining weight that can be added to a scale. For example if a scale has capacity of 500g and then 200g is tared, the remaining capacity is 300g. Often Zero is used interchangeably. ...

Tare

The unlade weight of a haulage vehicle.

tare

  1. any of several weedy vetches grown for forage
  2. weedy annual grass often occurs in grainfields and other cultivated land; seeds sometimes considered poisonous
  3. counterweight consisting of an empty container that is used as a counterbalance to obtain net weight

Tare

• (imp.) Tore. • of Tear • (n.) A name of several climbing or diffuse leguminous herbs of the genus Vicia; especially, the V. sativa, sometimes grown for fodder. • (n.) A weed that grows among wheat and other grain; -- alleged by modern naturalists to be the Lolium temulentum, or darnel. • (n.) Deficientcy in the weight ......
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tare

1. A weed that grows among wheat and other grain; alleged by modern naturalists to be the Lolium temulentum, or darnel. 'Didst not thou sow good seed in thy field? From whence then hath it tares?' (Matt. Xiii. 27) 'The 'darnel' is said to be the tares of Scripture, and is the only deleterious species belonging to the whole order.' (Baird) ... 2. &l...
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tare

noun counterweight consisting of an empty container that is used as a counterbalance to obtain net weight
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Tare

Tare noun [ Confer Prov. English tare brisk, eager, Middle English tarefitch the wild vetch.] 1. A weed that grows among wheat and other grain; -- alleged by modern naturalists to be the Lolium temulentum , or darnel. « Didst not thou sow good seed in thy field? From ...
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Tare

Tare transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Tared ; present participle & verbal noun Taring .] To ascertain or mark the tare of (goods).
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Tare

Tare obsolete imperfect of Tear . Tore.
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tare

Common name for any of the plants known as vetches
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Tare

In merchandising, tare is the weight of any packaging of a merchandisable item. When this is deducted from the weight of the item, what is left is the net weight.
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tare

noxious weed of the ryegrass (q.v.) genus Lolium.
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tare

tare (târ) , name sometimes used as a synonym for any vetch, most frequently for the common vetch. The tare of the Scriptures, a weed of grainfields and considered a seed of evil, is thought to have been the unrelated darnel (see rye grass).
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Tare

Tare or common vetch (Vicia sativa) is a leguminous plant of creeping habit, furnished with tendrils, and largely cultivated for fodder. It is indigenous to Britain.
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Tare

The allowance made to buyers for gross weights, covering the weight of the burlap, and bands used in packing the wool.
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Tare

The rear knot (trail) section of an obi
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Tare

The weight of packaging used in wrapping and protecting goods which is deducted from the total weight of a product in order to ascertain the actual weight of the goods. The deduction in weight of a vehicle used to transport goods in order to determine the actual weight of the goods
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tare

The weight of the packaging subtracted from the weight of the product, so the customer doesn't pay for the container. The allowance for perishable shrinkage between the weight marked on the item when packed and the actual weight when sold.
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tare

weight of the wrapping, receptace or conveyance containing goods, which is deducted from the gross in order to ascertain the net weight
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tare

[n] - any of several weedy vetches grown for forage 2. [n] - counterweight consisting of an empty container that is used as a counterbalance to obtain net weight
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