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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Measurement
kiloki‧lo /ˈkiːləʊ $ -loʊ/ ●●● S3 noun (plural kilos) [countable]  TMa kilogram
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kiloOne case in Louisiana involved the seizure of 275 kilos of cocaine.July 4: 300 kilos of cannabis resin and herbal cannabis worth up to £3m seized from a Northern Ireland-registered lorry in Dover.On average, each person can expect to get just 8 kilos of food every 2 weeks.Each of the six weighed half a kilo so I was glad John came to meet me on arrival.Shouldn't he order a kilo?At Buitoni we go even further and blend a full five eggs - quality controlled and fully pasteurised - into each kilo.Highest price steer per kilo 148.5, R. Jones, Cae Isaf.It was just my luck to have bags made of light nylon, weighing in at ten kilos in total.
Related topics: Measurement
kilo-kilo- /kɪlə/ prefix [in nouns]  TMa thousand – used with units of measurement
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kilo-a kilogram
From Longman Business Dictionarykiloki‧lo /ˈkiːləʊ-loʊ/ noun [countable] a KILOGRAMkilo-kilo- /kɪlə/ prefix 1,000 times a particular unit. For example, a KILOGRAM is 1,000 GRAMs and a KILOMETRE is 1,000 metres
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