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What does dag mean in metric measurement?
dag= dekagram :)
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God dag in danish means "Good day". In other words: It's a greeting, when you meet somebody, a formal way of saying: "Hello". Lajla Almgren
A dag in Australian colloquialism: an odd, eccentric or amusing person - daggish, adj. 1. an untidy, slovenly person. 2. a person who, while neat in appearance and conservativ…e in manners, lacks style or panache.
Short for Dekagram or 10 grams.
It stands for dekagram.
A dag is a dekagram which is a metric unit of mass or weight, equal to 10 grams or 0.35274 ounces.
metric is the form that pretty much the entire world (except USA) uses e.g. metres instead of feet or yards, litres instead of ounces or gallons. It pretty much says it was …measured in metres, litres, kilometres and stuff like that instead of imperial, which is what they use in the US
'Dag' can have two meanings. One meaing is 'day', the other is '(good)bye'.
1 tonne = 1000kg of weight.
Its African language. Its African for hello.
In the metric system.. Dag means dekagram
"Dag" means day in Swedish.
It's basically a euphemism for "God damn".
A dag is the symbol for the obsolete unit decagram equaling 10 grams. It is no longer in general use.
dag is an abbreviation for decagram which is 10 grams.
dag is: * the da prefix (which is deca-); to * the unit g (which is gram); meaning dag is decagrams deca- prefix means 10, thus 1 dag = 10 g