Definition of 'carat'
Example sentences containing 'carat'
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Shame the purple carrots aren't carat gold. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Each has a 24 carat fine gold thread winding around it. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Cut is the shape, carat is the weight and clarity is the number of flaws. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'carat'
British English: carat /ˈkærət/ NOUN
A carat is a unit equal to 0.2 grams used for measuring the weight of diamonds and other precious stones.
...a huge eight-carat diamond.
- American English: carat
- Arabic: قِيراط
- Brazilian Portuguese: quilate
- Chinese: 克拉
- Croatian: karat
- Czech: karát
- Danish: karat
- Dutch: karaat
- European Spanish: quilate
- Finnish: karaatti
- French: carat
- German: Karat
- Greek: καράτι
- Italian: carato
- Japanese: カラット
- Korean: 캐럿
- Norwegian: karat
- Polish: karat
- European Portuguese: quilate
- Romanian: carat
- Russian: карат
- Spanish: quilate
- Swedish: karat
- Thai: กะรัต
- Turkish: kırat
- Ukrainian: карат
- Vietnamese: kara
Definition of carat from the Collins English Dictionary
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