any of various vetches, especially Vicia sativa.
the seed of a vetch.
Bible. a noxious weed, probably the darnel.
the weight of the wrapping, receptacle, or conveyance containing goods.
a deduction from the gross weight to allow for this.
the weight of a vehicle without cargo, passengers, etc.
a counterweight used in chemical analysis to balance the weight of a container.
a word formerly used in communications to represent the letter T.
verb (used with object), tared, taring.
to ascertain, note, or allow for the tare of.
simple past tense and past participle of tear2 .
any of various vetch plants, such as Vicia hirsuta (hairy tare) of Eurasia and N Africa
the seed of any of these plants
(Bible) a troublesome weed, thought to be the darnel
the weight of the wrapping or container in which goods are packed
a deduction from gross weight to compensate for this
the weight of a vehicle without its cargo, passengers, etc
an empty container used as a counterbalance in determining net weight
(transitive) to weigh (a package, etc) in order to calculate the amount of tare
the bearded darnel, mentioned only in Matt. 13:25-30. It is the Lolium temulentum, a species of rye-grass, the seeds of which are a strong soporific poison. It bears the closest resemblance to wheat till the ear appears, and only then the difference is discovered. It grows plentifully in Syria and Palestine.
tar tarfu 1. things are really fouled up 2. things are really fucked up
graphics, file format A graphics data format for bitmap images. It uses 24 bits per pixel and is a common output format for ray tracing programs. (1995-01-05)
- Targa graphics adaptor
graphics, file format (TGA) The Truevision Targa Graphics Adaptor file format. The TGA format is a common bitmap file format for storage of 24-bit images. It supports colourmaps, alpha channels, compression and comments. Filename extension: .tga. More information is available from Truevision (http://truevision.com/) and The Graphics File Format Page (http://dcs.ed.ac.uk/~mxr/gfx/). [What does it have to […]
noun, Archaic. 1. a small, round shield; a target or buckler. noun 1. an archaic word for shield