# stremma

## English translation: 1 stremma=1000 square metres=1/4 acre=0.1 hectare

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 Greek term or phrase: stremma English translation: 1 stremma=1000 square metres=1/4 acre=0.1 hectare Entered by:

 23:04 Jan 27, 2003
Greek to English translations [PRO]
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 Greek term or phrase: stremma Measurement of land area. Is there an English word for it (the metric stremma, I mean)? No particular field for this word, but law (e.g. title deeds) is one...
 Dylan EdwardsUnited Kingdom Local time: 12:04
 1 stremma=1000 square metres=1/4 acre=0.1 hectare Explanation:There is not an eglish equivalent for stremma.You could use the word stremma-stremmas but I think it would be better to convert the stremmas to another unit.You can go to the following URL for metric conversions of area measurements in order to convert square metres to acres, square feet etc.I hope I helped.
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Sofia K
Greece
Local time: 14:04
 Thank you very much for a prompt and helpful answer. Perhaps we need a word "decare" in English (not in any English dictionary as far as I know).4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

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 Sofia K

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1 stremma=1000 square metres=1/4 acre=0.1 hectare

Explanation:
There is not an eglish equivalent for stremma.You could use the word stremma-stremmas but I think it would be better to convert the stremmas to another unit.You can go to the following URL for metric conversions of area measurements in order to convert square metres to acres, square feet etc.I hope I helped.

 Sofia KGreeceLocal time: 14:04Native speaker of: GreekPRO pts in pair: 20
 Thank you very much for a prompt and helpful answer. Perhaps we need a word "decare" in English (not in any English dictionary as far as I know).

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