Terme privilégié :
- tare n. f.
The allowance for the weight of an empty case or container in which goods are packed. The term, actual tare, is used when the case has been weighed separately before packing the goods. Customary tare is the allowance made by established practice where the containers are invariably of uniform weight and size. Estimated tare, as the name infers, relates to an allowance made for containers which have not been weighed but are judged to be of similar weight to others which have been weighed. Super Tare is an additional allowance for a packing that exceeds a certain weight.