[ wˈɒn θˈɜːtɪsˌɪksθ ɒv jˈɑːd], [ wˈɒn θˈɜːtɪsˌɪksθ ɒv jˈɑːd], [ w_ˈɒ_n θ_ˈɜː_t_ɪ_s_ˌɪ_k_s_θ ɒ_v j_ˈɑː_d]
How to use "One thirtysixth of yard" in context?
To those who have never heard of the term, "one thirtysixth of a yard," it might sound like a pretty small unit of measurement. But for those in the know, one thirtysixth of a yard is actually the standard size for a piece of fabric that is cut to fit a specific garment, such as a dress or skirt. It is also the size of a piece of fabric that is used to make a quilt or bedspread.
Keep in mind that the term "one thirtysixth of a yard" is actually a standard measurement, and there is no real meaning to the number itself.
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