The Logical Language Group Online Dictionary Query

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From Lojban to English :

        Word: kamre [jbovlaste]
        Type: experimental gismu (YOU RISK BEING MISUNDERSTOOD IF YOU USE THIS WORD)
  Gloss Word: dozen in the sense of "12, (twelve); generalized"
  Gloss Word: generic metric prefix
  Gloss Word: gibi in the sense of "2^30, IEC standard prefix; generalized"
  Gloss Word: great gross in the sense of "12^3 (one thousand seven hundred twenty-eight); generalized"
  Gloss Word: gross in the sense of "12^2, (one hundred forty-four); generalized"
  Gloss Word: kibi in the sense of "2^10, IEC standard prefix; generalized"
  Gloss Word: mebi in the sense of "2^20, IEC standard prefix; generalized"
  Gloss Word: mole in the sense of "grouping number, Avogadro's number of a quantity/items; generalized"
  Gloss Word: quantitative prefix in the sense of "generic SI/metric prefix"
  Gloss Word: standard unit prefix
  Gloss Word: uncial in the sense of "1/12, (one-twelfth); generalized"
  Definition: x1 is a (unit consisting of) x2 (li; number) of x3 in
       dimension/aspect x4 (default units)
       Notes: Generic form of the SI prefixes and the like. Called "metric
       prefix" (with lowercase "m" in "metric") because the metric
       (measure system) is not defined (in particular, to be decimal
       and in accordance with proto-SI standards). For example:
       centi = kamre li dau te'a ni'u re. It is wise to
       not assume that x2 is expressed in decimal base. See also:
       namcrgogolo/kamrngogolo, kacmre, zilkacmre, kancu,
       merli, radno, stero, molro, gradu, centi, decti,
       dekto, femti, gigdo, gocti, gotro, kilto, megdo,
       mikri, milti, nanvi, petso, picti, terto, xatsi,
       xecto, xexso, zepti, zetro, nulpa, xaudbo.

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