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Hungarian (54)

2 [kˈɛtːøː]
12 [tˈizɛnkɛtːøː]
11 [tˈizɛnɛɟ]
11,34 kg [tˈizɛnɛɟ ɛɡeːshɑrmintsneːɟsaːzɑd kˈaːɡˌeː]
12,7 kg [tˈizɛnkɛtːøː ɛɡeːsheːttizɛd kˈaːɡˌeː]
2,9 hl [kˈɛtːøː ɛɡeːskilɛntstizɛd hˈaːˌɛll]
25 g [hˈusonøt ɡˈeː]
34 kg [hˈɑrmintsneːɟ kˈaːɡˌeː]
457 mm [nˈeːɟsaːzøtvɛnheːt mˈilimeːtɛr]
7 kg [hˈeːt kˈaːɡˌeː]
9 hl [kˈilɛnts hˈaːˌɛll]

Finnish (10)


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Wiktionary (15)

a (chiefly) Consisting of a fourth part, a quarter (1/4, 25%).
a (chiefly) Related to a three-month term, a quarter of a year.
n Any one of four equal parts into which something has been divided.
n (United States and Canada) A coin worth 25 cents (1/4 of a dollar).
n A period of three consecutive months (1/4 of a year).
n A section or area (of a town, etc.).
n (uncountable) Accommodation granted to a defeated opponent
n An old English measure of corn, containing 8 bushels.
n An old English measure of cloth, nine inches or four nails
n That part on either side of a horse's hoof between the toe and heel, being the side of the coffin.
v (transitive) To divide into quarters.
v (transitive) To provide housing for military personnel or other equipment.
v (obsolete) To drive a carriage so as to prevent the wheels from going into the ruts, or so that a rut shall be between the wheels.