stere

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EtymologyEdit

From French stère, from Ancient Greek στερεος ‎(stereos, solid), because the unit was used for solid commodities such as firewood.

NounEdit

stere ‎(plural steres) (obsolete)

  1. A measure of volume used e.g. for cut wood, equal to one cubic meter.

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