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I can't find this anywhere; sorry if it is really obvious! A NNS has used it in an English text in reference to a quantity of powder, as in "batch size 25Te" and I'm curious as to what it means.
related discussion: kg/te fuel - what does the abbreviation "te" mean?
The Leonides have wondered about this before. Apparently, it's a "metric ton". See here: https://www.inchcalculator.com/convert/from-m...
The metric ton is an SI accepted unit for weight for use with the metric system. A metric ton is sometimes also referred to as a tonne. Metric tons can be abbreviated as t, and are also sometimes abbreviated as T, Te, or MT. For example, 1 metric ton can be written as 1 t, 1 T, 1 Te, or 1 MT.
Ah, great, thanks, that was fast!
OT: Manche Abk. kann man echt in die Te. treten!