Meaning Yard

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A measurement of length that is equal to 0.9 meters, 3 feet, or 36 inches.
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Slang for one billion currency units. Used particularly in currency trading, e.g., for Japanese yen since one billion yen equals approximately US$10 million. It is clearer to say, "I'm a buy [..]
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An open space on the same lot with a building.
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"patch of ground around a house," Old English geard "fenced enclosure, garden, court; residence, house," from Proto-Germanic *gardaz (source also of Old Norse garðr "enclosur [..]
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measure of length, Old English gerd (Mercian), gierd (West Saxon) "rod, staff, stick; measure of length," from West Germanic *gazdijo, from Proto-Germanic *gazdjo- "stick, rod" (so [..]
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an Imperial or customary unit for measuring length.
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/ˈjɑɚd/ noun plural yards 1 yard /ˈjɑɚd/ noun plural yards Learner's definition of YARD [count] 1  US : an outdoor area that is next to a house and is usually covered by grass Children [..]
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land surrounding a house or building.
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three feet (.9144 meters).
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Currency market term for a billion units of a currency. Based on the French word milliard.
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the land area surrounding your home. YARD OF MULCH:
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The land area surrounding your home. yard of mulch:
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garden; U.S. garden = vegetable or flower garden (culti vated area); GB yard = US paved area, not grassy lawn)
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 The land area surrounding your home.
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a unit of length equal to 3 feet; defined as 91.44 centimeters; originally taken to be the average length of a stride the enclosed land around a house or other building; "it was a small h [..]
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In many English speaking countries yard is the measuring unit for length. The distance from the tee to the pin is indicated in yards. 1 yard = 0,9144 m.
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One of the basic units of measurement in golf. Some others are: the stroke (1.4 swings = 1 stroke); the minute spent looking for a lost ball (1,145 seconds); a 30-foot putt (divide by 5 if preceded by [..]
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a space, usually closed in by buildings or a fence. The same word also means a measurement of 36 inches or 3 feet
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A unit for measuring length, equal to 3 feet or 0.9144 metres.An enclosed area next to a building or group of buildings, used for a special...
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One cubic yard of concrete is 3' x 3' x 3' in volume, or 27 cubic feet. One cubic yard of concrete will pour 80 square feet of 3.5' sidewalk or basement/garage floor.
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A classification, storage or switching area.
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Market slang for a billion.
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A system of auxiliary tracks used exclusively for the classification of passenger or freight cars according to commodity or destination; assembling of cars for train movement; storag [..]
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Sometimes referred to for cubic yard. (See Cubic Yard)
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The virile member of a stallion.    (Davis, R.H.C. The Medieval Warhorse: Origin, Development and Redevelopment, 137)
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A spar from which a square sail is hung. A long spar, tapered at the ends, attached at its middle to a mast and running athwartships at right angles to the mast; used to support the top of a square sa [..]
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A long piece of timber, tapering slightly toward the ends, and hung by the centre to a mast, to spread the square sails upon.
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A classification, storage or switching area.
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A yard means :
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(n) a unit of length equal to 3 feet; defined as 91.44 centimeters; originally taken to be the average length of a stride(n) the enclosed land around a house or other building(n) a tract of land en [..]
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A classification storage or switching area.
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A waterside area constructed and fitted-out for a specific purpose usually indicated by a prefix, eg boat yard, dockyard, shipyard, etc.
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This term commonly refers to a railroad yard with many rail tracks for assembling, storing or switching freight trains.
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1)  A system of tracks branching from a common lead or ladder track, with defined limits, used for switching, making up trains, or the storing of cars.  2) An area near the terminal used for the sta [..]
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A tract of ground adjacent to a building.
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1. A system of track within defined limits. (NSW) 2. A system of tracks not designated as part of the defined interstate rail network used for loading or unloading trains or for other purposes. (ARTC) [..]
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A system of tracks within defined limits provided for making up trains, storing cars, and other purposes.
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home, one's gates (1) tenement (2)
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Horizontal wooden boom to which sail is firmly attached.
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1. The horizontal spar from which a square sail is suspended. 2. A dockyard or shipyard.
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a spar used for supporting and extending a sail
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A term applied to a spar attached at its middle portion to a mast and running athwartship across a vessel as a support for a square sail. Signal halyards, lights, etc.
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The horizontal spar from which a square sail is suspended.
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  Spar set athwartships across the upper part of a mast.  
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A large horizontal spar tapered towards each end. Yards were fastened to the masts of square-rigged vessels for the purpose of carrying square sails.
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A spar from which a square sail is hung. A long spar, tapered at the ends, attached at its middle to a mast and running athwartships at right angles to the mast; used to support the top of a square sa [..]
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a system of tracks within a certain area used for making up trains, storing cars, placing cars to be loaded or unloaded, etc.
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The horizontal spar from which a square sail is suspended.
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a system of tracks within a certain area used for making up trains, storing cars, placing cars to be loaded or unloaded, etc.
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A long spar, tapered at the ends, attached at its middle to a mast and running athwartships; used to support the top of a square sail.
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The horizontal spar from which a square sail is suspended.
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A horizontal spar on a mast.
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A spar from which a square sail is hung. A long spar, tapered at the ends, attached at its middle to a mast and running athwartships at right angles to the mast; used to support the top of a square sa [..]
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Fenced off, outdoor storage and repair area
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A classification, storage or switching area.
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A spar used to extend a sail. Yard Arm.-- The extremities of yards. Yarn.-- A yarn is generally understood to mean one of the parts of a strand of a rope. The strands of old rope are separated and use [..]
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An area where railroad trains are made up, stored or repaired.
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$100
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A financial term meaning one billion (1,000,000,000). Example: This FX trader is buying a yard of U.S. dollars. The term is derived from the term milliard. In several European languages, 1,000,000,000 [..]
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Market slang for one billion.
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The open area, without seats, at the centre of the Globe Theatre, directly in front of the stage. Up to 700 people can stand in the yard to watch a performance. These members of the audience are refer [..]
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Currency market slang for one billion units of a currency. Derives from the French milliard.
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A classification, storage or switching area.
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The principal unit of length in the Imperial system; three feet, equal to 914.4mm.
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Lineal measurement equal to 3 feet.
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  Lineal measurement equal to 3 feet.
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The yard (abbreviation: yd) is an English unit of length, in both the British imperial and US customary systems of measurement, that comprises 3 feet or 36 inches. It is by international agreement in [..]
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A yard is an imperial/US customary (non-metric) unit of length (3 feet). Yard may also refer to: Square yard, an imperial/US customary (non-metric) unit of area (9 square feet) Cubic yard, an imperial [..]
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A yard is a spar on a mast from which sails are set. It may be constructed of timber or steel or from more modern materials like aluminium or carbon fibre. Although some types of fore and aft rigs hav [..]
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A yard is an area of land immediately adjacent to a building or a group of buildings. It may be either enclosed or open. The word comes from the same linguistic root as the word garden and has many of [..]
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YARD, is an embedded documentation generator for the Ruby programming language. It analyzes the Ruby source code, generating a structured collection of pages for Ruby objects and methods. Code comment [..]
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Yard is a 21-story, 206-foot (63 m)-tall apartment building under construction at the Burnside Bridgehead in Portland, Oregon's Kerns neighborhood, in the United States. It was designed by Skylab Arch [..]
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