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|Polish to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|Polish term or phrase: dag|
|80 dag cukar from a recipe|
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dag = decagram = 10 grams
As alexx juust said this is the most popular unit of measurement for foodstuffs in Poland. At a butcher's you'll ask for 25 "dag" (pronounced deko) of ham , instead of 250 grams or a quarter of a kilo (the latter expression is used, but less popular). Hurrah! for the metric system.
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