Definition of acre
Examples of acre in a Sentence
The house sits on two acres of land.
They own hundreds of acres of farmland.
Recent Examples of acre from the Web
Multifamily housing community under 18 dwelling units per acre: Summerhouse, Zephyr Partners, Dahlin Group Architecture Planning, Jules Wilson Interior Design.
By Wednesday afternoon, the fire had consumed 2,800 acres and was 30 percent contained, said Click.
The Shades of L.A. Collection, Los Angeles Public Library What remains is a stone marker in a three-acre park along the Strand that was renamed Bruce’s Beach in 2006.
The seven private acres also host a tennis court and a pavilion with indoor lap pool, gym, and changing rooms.
Now, as president of the park, Dunlap soon will see the small lake morph into a tributary feeding a two-acre, crystal-clear lagoon for swimming, sailing, paddle boarding, kayaking and more.
Lake Etta (4801 W. 29th Ave., 219-944-7461, lakecountyparks.com/parks/lake_etta.html) is 98 acres of land situated on the north side of the Little Calumet, offering a variety of recreational opportunities.
This year, Utah Republican Gov. Gary Herbert signed a resolution from state lawmakers asking Utah’s congressional delegation to support shrinking the monument that is nearly 1.9 million acres, about the size of Delaware.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — Three plantations owned by West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice’s family are going on the auction block shortly — historic properties near Richmond Virginia, each with a manor house and hundreds of acres of working farmland.
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Definition of Acre
state in western Brazil bordering on Peru and Bolivia; capital Rio Branco area 59,343 square miles (153,698 square kilometers), population 733,559
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Definition of Acre
city and port at the head of a bay on the Mediterranean Sea north of Mount Carmel in northwestern Israel population 37,400
ACRE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of acre for English Language Learners
: a measure of land area in the U.S. and Britain that equals 4,840 square yards (about 4,047 square meters)
ACRE Defined for Kids
Definition of acre for Students
: a measure of land area equal to 43,560 square feet (about 4047 square meters)
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