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stere

 (stîr)
n. Abbr. s
A unit of volume equal to one cubic meter.

[French stère, from Greek stereos, solid, hard; see ster- in Indo-European roots.]

stere

(stɪə)
n
(Units) a unit used to measure volumes of stacked timber equal to one cubic metre (35.315 cubic feet)
[C18: from French stère, from Greek stereos solid]

stere

(stɪər)

n.
a cubic meter, equivalent to 35.2 cubic feet, used to measure cordwood.
[1790–1800; < French stère < Greek stereós solid]

stere

A unit of volume, especially used for measuring timber. 1 stere = 1 m3.
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