If small quantities of the metal separate from the dish, they must be collected on a tared filter, and determined separately.
If a tared filter paper is used, weigh in a weighing bottle.
The ether was poured off, as closely as practicable, into a tared capsule, where it was allowed to evaporate spontaneously.
Then 26.048 grammes are weighed out on the balance in the tared German silver dish furnished for this purpose.
Curdle fresh milk by warming to 60°C., and adding rennet; filter off the whey into a sterile "tared" flask.
He ripped out and he rared, he tipped and he tared, he pranced and he charged like the grand entry at a circus.
Finally, the precipitate is collected on a tared filter and weighed, after drying at 100°.
The precipitate is now collected on a tared filter, washed, dried, and weighed.
The last filtration may be performed upon a Gooch crucible, a linen filter, or a tared filter paper.
"kind of fodder plant, vetch," early 14c., perhaps cognate with Middle Dutch tarwe "wheat," from Proto-Germanic *tarwo, cognate with Breton draok, Welsh drewg "darnel," Sanskrit durva "a kind of millet grass," Greek darata, daratos "bread," Lithuanian dirva "a wheat-field." Used in 2nd Wyclif version (1388) of Matt. xxiii:25 to render Greek zizania as a weed among corn (earlier darnel and cockle had been used in this place); hence figurative use for "something noxious sown among something good" (1711).
"difference between gross and net weight," late 15c., from Middle French tare "wastage in goods, deficiency, imperfection" (15c.), from Italian tara, from Arabic tarah, literally "thing deducted or rejected," from taraha "to reject."