Ton

A term used for one hundred dollars.
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Ton

The ton is a unit of measure. It has a long history and has acquired a number of meanings and uses over the years. It is used principally as a unit of mass, and as a unit of volume. It can also be used as a measure of energy, for truck classification, or as a colloquial term. It is derived from the tun, the term applied to a barrel of the largest ...
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Ton

$100 million in bond trader`s terms.
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Ton

• (n.) The weight of twenty hundredweight. • (n.) The prevailing fashion or mode; vogue; as, things of ton. • (n.) A certain weight or quantity of merchandise, with reference to transportation as freight; as, six hundred weight of ship bread in casks, seven hundred weight in bags, eight hundred weight in bulk; ten bushels of potatoes...
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ton

(mass) Imperial unit of mass. The long ton, used in the UK, is 1,016 kg/2,240 lb; the short ton, used in the USA, is 907 kg/2,000 lb. The metric ton or tonne is 1,000 kg/2,205 lb
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Ton

(of Air Conditioning) A unit of air cooling capacity; 12,000 Btu per hour.
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ton

(volume) In shipping, unit of volume equal to 2.83 cubic metres/100 cubic feet. Gross tonnage is the total internal volume of a ship in tons; net register tonnage is the volume used for carrying cargo or passengers. Displacement tonnage is the weight of the vessel, in terms of the numb...
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Ton

[le bon ton] The ton is a term commonly used to refer to Britain`s high society during the late Regency and reign of George IV, and later. During the eighteenth century, it was borrowed from the French word meaning `taste` or `the highest style` and is pronounced the same way as tone (tɔ̃ in French). The full phrase is le bon ton, meaning...
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Ton

Ton (tôn) noun [ French See Tone .] The prevailing fashion or mode; vogue; as, things of ton . Byron. « If our people of ton are selfish, at any rate they show they are selfish.» Thackeray. Bon ton . See in the Vocabulary.
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Ton

Ton (tŏn), obsolete plural of Toe . Chaucer.
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Ton

Ton (tŭn) noun [ Confer Tunny .] (Zoology) The common tunny, or horse mackerel.
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Ton

A century (100 runs by a single batsman in one innings)
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Ton

A derived unit of mass in the British system of units.Conversions1 ton (UK long)=1016.047 kg1 ton (US short)=907.1847 kg1 ton (UK long)=2240 lb1 kg=2.20462 pound (lb)ttle='Mass';xiunt='kg';yiunt='ton';mconv=1.016047e3;cconv=0.0; See also: Mass, Tonne.
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Ton

A short or net ton is equal to 2,000 pounds; a long or British ton is 2,240 pounds; a metric ton is approximately 2,205 pounds.
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Ton

A short or net ton is equal to 2,000 pounds; a long or British ton is 2,240 pounds; a metric ton is approximately 2,205 pounds.
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Ton

A term used for one hundred dollars.
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Ton

A unit of weight equal to 2000 pounds.
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Ton

A `short` ton measure of weight containing 2,000 pounds and equal to 0.907 Tonnes.
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TON

acronym: total organic nitrogen
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Ton

Advertisement listing the underwriters of a security issue.
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Ton

Ancient Measurement Terms: 20 hundredweight or 2240 pounds. The 'Long Ton.'
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Ton

Clay
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Ton

In international seafood sales, usually refers to a metric ton (2205 lbs.).
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ton

The prevailing fashion or mode; vogue; as, things of ton. 'If our people of ton are selfish, at any rate they show they are selfish.' (Thackeray) Bon ton. ... Origin: F. See Tone. ... A measure of weight or quantity. Specifically: ... The weight of twenty hundredweight. ... In England, the ton is 2,240 pounds. In the United States the ton is common...
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Ton

The ton is a unit of measurement of the avoirdupois scale equivalent to 20 hundredweight, 2240 pounds or 1.016 tonnes.
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