decaliter


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dec·a·li·ter

(dek'ă-lē'tĕr),
Ten liters.

decaliter

(dek'a-le?ter) [Gr. deka, ten, + Fr. litre, liter]
A measure of 10 L, equivalent to 10,000 ml, or about 10.57 qt.
See: deciliter
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Last year, over one million decaliters of winemaking products were produced in Azerbaijan, of which 375,000 decaliters were exported.
In Azerbaijan, the volume of production of winemaking amounted to 1 million decalitres in 2017, of which 375,000 decaliters was exported.
Thus, by the end of 2025, the export of wine products should reach 1.875 million decaliters.
The Soviet people loved and respected the port wine, as evidenced by at least statistical data: the country annually produced about 200 million decalitres of port wine, while all other types of wine (dry, champagne, vintage, etc.) accounted for only 150 million decaliters.