[ mˈɔːnd], [ mˈɔːnd], [ m_ˈɔː_n_d]
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How to use "Maund" in context?
The word "maund" comes from the Hindi language and means a truckload of goods. A maund is typically a large container, such as a truck, trailer, or railroad car, used to transport goods. It can also refer to aunit of measurement, usually 100 kilograms (220 pounds), used to describe the weight of goods carried in a maund.
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