hectolitre


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hectolitre

(ˈhɛktəʊˌliːtə) or

hectoliter

n
(Units) one hundred litres. A measure of capacity equivalent to 3.531 cubic feet. Symbol: hl
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hectolitre - a metric unit of volume or capacity equal to 100 liters
metric capacity unit - a capacity unit defined in metric terms
dal, decaliter, decalitre, dekaliter, dekalitre, dkl - a metric unit of volume or capacity equal to 10 liters
cubic meter, cubic metre, kiloliter, kilolitre - a metric unit of volume or capacity equal to 1000 liters
Translations

hectolitre

hectoliter (US) [ˈhektəʊˌliːtəʳ] Nhectolitro m

hectolitre

, (US) hectoliter
nHektoliter m
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China is the world's fifth largest market for wine at almost 18 million hectolitres per year.
8 million hectolitres in the second quarter of this year.
However, hectolitre weight, gluten, Zeleny sedimentation, enzyme activity, acidity and the color of the wheat worsened when it was stored for more than three months.
Article 4: From 2008, the minimum excise duty for intermediate products is set at 59 euro per hectolitre of the product
For the record, Member States which apply a rate below Euro 1000 per hectolitre cannot reduce their national rates.
The following chart sets out the per hectolitre results(1) for the third quarter based on the number of hectolitres produced and sold by the Company:
Overall global production fell 5% from 2015 levels to 259 million hectolitres, one of the weakest levels of the past 20 years.
La production de la SFBT en boissons gazeuses a atteint un volume de 271 109 hectolitres.
Wine production in 2012 was 780 7699 hectolitres of bulk wine and 159 019 hectolitres of bottled wine.
Summary: ALGIERS -- The soft drinks and fruit juice subsidiary is one of the most dynamic niche models in the Algerian food industry market with an estimated output of almost 20 million hectolitres and a turnover of DZD45 billion at the end of 2008, said Wednesday in Algiers an expert in marketing strategy.
The Treasury claimed small-scale producers would not be penalised because businesses producing fewer than 70 hectolitres are exempt from duty, but these are "relative minnows" in the cider-making industry, say cider sources.
AB-InBev had beer volumes of around 350 million hectolitres in 2009, ahead of Miller-brewer SABMiller at just under 250 million, Heineken at just over 200 million, and Carlsberg around 125 million, while Tsingtao had 50 million hectolitres a year.