tonelada

EnglishEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From Portuguese and Spanish tonelada, from tonel (tun) + -ada (-ful), from Old French tonel (little tun, cask), from tone + -el (-elle: forming diminutives), from Late Latin tunna (tun), from Proto-Celtic *tunna (hide, skin).

NounEdit

tonelada (plural toneladas)

  1. (historical) A traditional Spanish unit of mass, equivalent to about 920 kg.
  2. (historical) A traditional Portuguese unit of mass, equivalent to about 793 kg.

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GalicianEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From tonel (tun) +‎ -ada (-ful), from Old French tonel (little tun, cask), from tone + -el (-elle: forming diminutives), from Late Latin tunna (tun), from Proto-Celtic *tunna (hide, skin). Cognate with Portuguese and Spanish tonelada.

NounEdit

tonelada f (plural toneladas)

  1. metric ton, a unit of mass equal to exactly 1000 kg
  2. English or American ton, a unit of mass equivalent to about 907 kg
  3. (historical) tonelada, Spanish ton, a traditional unit of mass equivalent to about 920 kg

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PortugueseEdit

 
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Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From tonel (tun) +‎ -ada (-ful), from Old Portuguese tonel, from Old French tonel (little tun, cask), from tone + -el (-elle: forming diminutives), from Late Latin tunna (tun), from Proto-Celtic *tunna (hide, skin). In reference to the English unit, calqued from English ton. Doublet of tunel. Cognate with Galician and Spanish tonelada.

PronunciationEdit

 

  • Hyphenation: to‧ne‧la‧da

NounEdit

tonelada f (plural toneladas)

  1. metric ton, a unit of mass equal to 1000 kg
  2. English or American ton, a unit of mass equal to 20 hundredweight, 2240 or 2000 pounds
  3. (historical) tonelada, a traditional unit of mass, usually equivalent to 793 kg
  4. caskful, a notional unit of mass indicating the full contents of any tun, cask, &c.

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SpanishEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From tonel (tun) +‎ -ada (-ful), from Old French tonel (little tun, cask), from tone + -el (-elle: forming diminutives), from Late Latin tunna (tun), from Proto-Celtic *tunna (hide, skin). In reference to the English unit, calqued from English ton. Cognate with Galician and Portuguese tonelada.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /toneˈlada/ [t̪o.neˈla.ð̞a]
  • Rhymes: -ada
  • Hyphenation: to‧ne‧la‧da

NounEdit

tonelada f (plural toneladas)

  1. metric ton, a unit of mass equal to exactly 1000 kg
    Synonyms: tonelada métrica, megagramo
  2. English or American ton, a unit of mass equivalent to about 907 kg
  3. (historical) tonelada, Spanish ton, a traditional unit of mass equivalent to about 920 kg

Coordinate termsEdit

  • (English unit): libra (1/2000 tonelada)
  • (Spanish unit): libra (1/2000 tonelada), arroba (1/80 tonelada), quintal (1/20 tonelada)

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TagalogEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Spanish tonelada (ton).

PronunciationEdit

  • Hyphenation: to‧ne‧la‧da
  • IPA(key): /toneˈlada/, [to.neˈla.dɐ]

NounEdit

tonelada

  1. ton (unit of weight)

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