What does CWT mean?

CWT means Hundred Weight, 100lbs (112lbs UK).

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Other words relating to "Hundred Weight, 100lbs (112lbs UK)"

  • CRB: Criminal Records Bureau (UK)
  • CWT: Hundred Weight, 100lbs (112lbs UK)
  • GCSE: General Certificate of Secondary Education (UK)
  • HUNDO: Hundred (dollars)
  • HUNDOS: Hundreds
  • HUNNED : Hundred (dollars)
  • HUNNIT: Hundred (dollars)
  • HWP: Height Weight Proportional
  • ITV: Independent TV (UK)
  • NOUT: Nothing (northern UK)
  • P45: Employment severance form (UK)
  • SPURS: UK football team (Tottenham Hotspur)
  • TON: One hundred
  • UTFL: Use The Force, Luke
  • 999: UK emergency number
  • ltip: laughting until I puke

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CWT Definition

Very simple, It is Hundred Weight, 100lbs (112lbs UK).

Last updated at 02/15/17 2:49 AM by editor@islangy.com