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tare

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtaretare /teə $ ter/ noun [usually singular] technical  1 the weight of the materials in which goods are packed2 the weight of an unloaded vehicle, used to calculate the actual weight of the goods in it
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tareTwo thousand years ago, the biblical farmer was tormented by tares and Virgil was denouncing what he called the lazy thistle.Documents must not be handed to drivers or otherwise issued with blank spaces for recording particulars of tare weights or net weights.
From Longman Business Dictionarytaretare /teəter/ noun [countable usually singular]COMMERCETRANSPORT1the weight of the material in which goods are packed or wrapped2the weight of an unloaded goods vehicle, taken away from its loaded weight to calculate the weight of the goods it is carryingTruck drivers must keep their own records of tare weighings carried out.
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