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Noun
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tons, plural;
  1. Fashionable style or distinction

  2. Fashionable society


  1. short ton: a United States unit of weight equivalent to 2000 pounds
  2. (tons) a large number or amount; "made lots of new friends"; "she amassed stacks of newspapers"
  3. Proud of the Netherlands (Trots op Nederland, TON) is a Dutch Political party. The party was founded on 17 October 2007 by Rita Verdonk, who at that time was an independent member of the House of Representatives. ...
  4. The ton is a unit of measure. It has a long history and has acquired a number of meanings and uses over the years. It is used principally as a unit of weight, and as a unit of volume. It can also be used as a measure of energy, for truck classification, or as a colloquial term.
  5. Tôn is a Vietnamese surname. The name is transliterated as Sun in Chinese and Son in Korean.
  6. Tôň (Tany, Hungarian pronunciation) is a village and municipality in the Komárno District in the Nitra Region of south-west Slovakia.
  7. In the sport of cricket, a batsman reaches his century when he scores 100 or more runs in a single innings. The term is also included in "century partnership" which occurs when two batsmen add 100 runs to the team total when they are batting together. ...
  8. The ton is a term commonly used to refer to Britain’s high society during the Georgian era, especially the Regency and reign of George IV. It comes from the French word meaning "taste" or "everything that is fashionable" and is pronounced the same way as tone. ...
  9. A unit of weight (mass) equal to 2240 pounds (a long ton) or 2000 pounds (a short ton) or 1000 kilograms (a metric ton); A unit of volume; register ton; In refrigeration and air conditioning, a unit of power required to cool one ton of water by 1 °F every 10 minutes, equal to 12,000 Btu/h (3. ...
  10. (tons) A lot; a large quantity (of something)
  11. (16 Tons) Seth Wulsin's vast 2006 work includes the demolition of the raw material it works with, namely a former skyscraper jail, Caseros Prison, located in the middle of Buenos Aires. ...
  12. A unit of measurement used for determining cooling capacity. One ton is the equivalent of 12,000 BTUs per hour.
  13. (1) A measure of weight; two thousand pounds. (2) A measure of capacity of an air conditioner. One ton equally twelve thousand British thermal units (B.T.U.'s).
  14. In international seafood sales, usually refers to a metric ton (2205 lbs.).
  15. 1,000 kilos (metric ton = 2,204 lb).
  16. The ton ratings you see here have nothing to do with the weight of the unit. In fact a ton is simply 12,000 BTUs (see BTU definition on this page). A typical home cooling/heating system uses heat pumps or air conditioners with a capacity of between 1.5 and 5 tons.
  17. The size of an air conditioner or heat pump is sometimes expressed in tons.  The term dates from the days when ice, measured in tons, was used to cool large buildings.  A ton is equal to 12,000 BTUs per hour. ...
  18. The unit of measure often used in specifying the size of a ship. There are three completely unrelated definitions for the word. One of them refers to weight, while the others refer to volume.
  19. A century (100 runs by a single batsman in one innings)
  20. Freight rates for liner cargo generally are quoted on the basis of a certain rate per ton, depending on the nature of the commodity. This ton, however, may be a weight ton or a measurement ton.
  21. Heat pumps and air conditioners are generally sized in tons.  Typical sizes for a single family residences are between two and five tons.  Each ton equals 12,000 BTU's per hour.
  22. A unit a measurement of weight, frequently used in freight transport statistics. A metric ton is equivalent to 1,000 kilograms or 2,205 pounds. A short ton is equivalent to 2,000 pounds or 0.908 metric tons (in the United States the term ton is commonly used but implies short ton). ...
  23. This Old Newt. A web site maintained by Rich Lindsay and home of the Newtie awards.
  24. A weight of 2,240 lbs. (long ton) or 2,000 lbs. (short ton). The latter is applied to coal measurement in the U.S. In addition, it is a unit of measurement used by some international oil transport carriers.
  25. 1 metric ton (1,000 kilograms) or approximately 2,205 pounds.