decaliter


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decalitre

(US), decaliter
ten litres. One decalitre is equal to about 2.2 imperial gallons

decaliter

[′dek·ə‚lēd·ər]
(mechanics)
A unit of volume, equal to 10 liters, or to 0.01 cubic meter.
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The excise tax for 1 decaliter of other wines increased to 12,000 soums (an increase of 20 percent), for cognac - to 73,997 soums (an increase of 27 percent), for vodka and other strong alcohol products - to 67,571 soums (an increase of 25 percent), for beer - to 7,699 soums (an increase of 20 percent).
Railway tanks with millions of decaliters of this port wine were sent to all corners of the country, and the famous slogan was born in the queues behind it: "Agdam" I will not give to anyone
The plant is equipped with Tetra Pak machines, and will produce nearly a dozen types of fruit juices under the brand name "8-YAP" in the amount of 2 million decaliters a year.