- cord foot
- (cd ft)a traditional unit of volume used to measure stacked firewood. A cord foot is the volume of a stack of firewood 4 feet wide, 1 foot long, and 4 feet high. Thus the cord foot is 1/8 cord, or 16 cubic feet, or about 0.4531 cubic meter.
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cord foot — noun : a quantity of wood equal to a stack 4×4×1 foot or 16 cubic feet * * * a quantity of wood 4 ft. high, 4 ft. wide, and 1 ft. long (1.2 m × 1.2 m × 0.3 m), or 16 cu. ft. (0.5 cu. m). * * * cord foot, a measure of cut wood equal to 1/8 of a… … Useful english dictionary
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