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hec·tare

 (hĕk′târ′)
n. Abbr. ha
A metric unit of area equal to 100 ares (2.471 acres). See Table at measurement.
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hectare

(ˈhɛktɑː)
n
(Units) one hundred ares. 1 hectare is equivalent to 10 000 square metres or 2.471 acres. Symbol: ha
[C19: from French; see hecto-, are2]
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hec•tare

or hek•tare

(ˈhɛk tɛər)

n.
a unit of surface or land measure equal to 100 ares, or 10,000 square meters (2.471 acres). Abbr.: ha
[1800–10; < French; see hect-, are2]
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hectare

(ha) A measure of area, usually of land, equal to 10,000 m2.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hectare - (abbreviated `ha') a unit of surface area equal to 100 ares (or 10,000 square meters)
area unit, square measure - a system of units used to measure areas
are, ar - a unit of surface area equal to 100 square meters
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Translations
هكتار
hektar
hektar
hektari
hektaras
hektārs
hektár
hektar

hectare

[ˈhektɑːʳ] Nhectárea f
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hectare

[ˈhɛktɛər] n (British) [land, forest] → hectare m
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hectare

nHektar m or nt
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hectare

[ˈhɛktɑːʳ] nettaro
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hectare

(ˈhektaː) , ((American) -teər) noun
a metric unit of area, 10,000 square metres.
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References in periodicals archive ?
Recovering these missing hectarages ought to have the highest priority.
The barangay chiefs have hectarages of only two to 20.
The programme had two parts: an A1 sector reserved for smallholder farmers, and an A2 sector for commercially-inclined farmers who had their own money to farm large hectarages.
Importantly, the collective Bt maize hectarage in the other five countries (France, Czech Republic, Portugal, Germany, and Slovakia) increased over 5-fold from approximately 1,500 hectares in 2005 to approximately 8,500 hectares, albeit on small hectarages and growth in these five countries is expected to continue in 2007.
This is affirmed by FACU (1992) and FDA (1993) that productive efficiency for most crops still fall under 60 percent, thus indicating that there is scope for increase in output from existing hectarages. The implication of which is that Nigeria is yet to attain self-sufficiency in food crop production, despite increasing hectares being put into production annually.
The A1 resettlement model was designed and intended to decongest communal lands therefore consisted of smaller hectarages with room for beneficiaries establishing a new home.