How to Pronounce tael?

Correct pronunciation for the word "tael" is [tˈe͡ɪl], [tˈe‍ɪl], [t_ˈeɪ_l].

What are the misspellings for tael?

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"Tael" in context

Tael is a traditional Chinese unit of measurement for silver, gold, and other staple currencies across South East Asia. It is usually translated as "Chinese ounce," and its weight varies depending on the specific item being measured, but as a general rule, one tael equals 37.5 grams. The tael has been a unit of measurement for centuries, with its value changing over the years to reflect the current market values of gold and silver.

Today, tael is still sometimes seen as a measure of wealth in some traditional Chinese societies. In Hong Kong, the tael is still a common unit for measuring gold.


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