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tare

 [tār]
1. the weight of the vessel in which a substance is weighed.
2. to weigh a vessel which is to contain a substance in order to allow for it when the vessel and substance are weighed together.

tare

(tār)
1. the weight of the vessel in which a substance is weighed.
2. to weigh a vessel in order to allow for its weight when the vessel and a substance are weighed together.

tare

(tār)
The weight of an empty container. That weight is subtracted from the total weight of the vessel and substance added to it in order to determine the precise weight of the material added to the container.

tare

1. the weight of the vessel in which a substance is weighed.
2. to weigh a vessel which is to contain a substance in order to allow for it when the vessel and substance are weighed together.
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Earlier this year Tara qualified for the indoor championships held at Keysoe, North Bedfordshire.
Fe fydd Tara yn cyd-gyflwyno'r noson gyda Rhydian, cyflwynydd y mae wedi dod ar ei draws sawl tro yn ystod ei gyrfa.
Mrs Egan said, 'When Tara first saw Autumn it was like love at first sight.
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Tara Brown had been driving at high speed when she lost control and hurtled down an embankment.