acre (plural acres)
- An English unit of land area (symbol: a. or ac.) originally denoting a day's plowing for a yoke of oxen, now standardized as 4,840 square yards or 4,046.86 square meters.
- Any of various similar units of area in other systems.
- (informal, usually, in the plural) A wide expanse.
- I like my new house - there’s acres of space!
- (informal, usually, in the plural) A large quantity.
- (obsolete) A field.
- (obsolete) The acre's breadth by the length, English units of length equal to the statute dimensions of the acre: 22 yds (≈20 m) by 220 yds (≈200 m).
- (obsolete) A duel fought between individual Scots and Englishmen in the borderlands.
- (approximate) day's math, demath
- (Egyptian) feddan
- (Dutch) morgen
- (French) arpent, arpen, pose
- (India) cawney, cawny, bigha
- (Ireland) Irish acre, collop, plantation acre
- (Roman) juger, jugerum
- (Scottish) Scottish acre, Scots acre, Scotch acre, acair
- (Wales) Welsh acre, cover, cyfair, erw, stang
- French: acre
- German: Morgen, Acker, Joch, Joch Landes, Juchart (Swiss)
- Portuguese: acre
- Russian: акр
- Spanish: acre
- (British) enPR āʹkə, IPA: /ˈeɪ.kə/, /ˈɑː.kə/
- A port city in northern Israel, and the holiest city in the Baha'i Faith.
- A state of North Region, Brazil
- Portuguese: Acre
- IPA: /ˈeɪkə(ɹ)/