[ US /ˈkwɪntəɫ/ ]
- a unit of weight equal to 100 kilograms
- a United States unit of weight equivalent to 100 pounds
How To Use quintal In A Sentence
- ‘We get about five to six quintals per acre of jowar which lasts for six months,’ he says.
- In the process, they are making huge profits at the cost of the human health because the damaged wheat has been sold between Rs 120 and Rs 400 per quintal while the fresh wheat is ruling at Rs 750 per quintal in the open market these days.
- To thresh one quintal of grain from the sheaves would otherwise cost Rs 100.
- The recent harvest fetched one tonne per hectare in the irrigated areas and 7.5 quintal per hectare in rain-fed areas.
- _fanegada_ -- about one and three-quarters acres of land -- and it is calculated that an average annual yield for such a _fanegada_ should be about twenty quintals, a little more than 2,032 pounds of merchantable coffee. All About Coffee
- In the Parisian basin, the average output was 15 quintals per hectare, but in the rest of the kingdom it stood at only 8 to 12.
- Each supply slip entitles a farmer to deliver 42 quintals of cane.
- An Indian authority cited four and a half quintal (four hundredweight) of wood for an open-air cremation.
- I never said that I expected 15 quintals per acre.
- [quintals] of tubers, fruit, and vegetables are needed to supersaturate-not saturate but supersaturate-the market in Havana. Castro Addresses UJC Congress Closing Session