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A ton is a unit of mass, force, volume, energy or power.
Ton or TON may also refer to:
- -ton, a common feature in British toponymy
- Ton, a commune in Trentino, Italy
- Ton, Burkina Faso, a village in the Fara Department of Balé Province in southern Burkina Faso
- Ton, Mingin, Burma
- Tôň, a village in Slovakia
- Ton Pentre
- Turnover number, a concept in chemical kinetics
- The three letter ISO country code for Tonga
- Type O Negative, a goth metal band
- Proud of the Netherlands, a Dutch political party, Trots op Nederland
- Tajna Organizacja Nauczycielska, "Secret Teaching Organization", in Poland during WWII
- The One Network, the collective name for thirty-eight regional Independent Local Radio licences operated by Global Radio in the United Kingdom
- Ton of refrigeration
- Ton (le bon ton), the popular echelons of Britain’s elite society during the British Regency
- A century in cricket
- A century break in snooker
- 100 mph, particularly relating to car speeds in the second half of the 20th century
- Ton class, used to classify ships
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