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An acre is a unit of measurement used for areas of land.
Acre may also refer to:
- Acre, Israel, the English name for the ancient city called Akko in Hebrew and Akka in Arabic
- Acre (state), a Brazilian state
- Acre River, a river running through Peru, Bolivia, and Brazil
- Sanjak of Acre, an administrative district of Ottoman Eyalet of Damascus, between 1800 and 1948
- Republic of Acre, a series of separatist governments in then Bolivia's Acre region between 1899 and 1903
- Acre, Lancashire, a village in Lancashire, England
- Acres, Denn, a townland in Ireland
- Action with Communities in Rural England
- Acre-class destroyer, a class of six destroyers built for the Brazilian Navy and commissioned in the early 1950s
- Sedum acre, commonly known as the Goldmoss Stonecrop, Goldmoss Sedum, Biting Stonecrop, Wallpepper, and Welcome home husband though never so drunk, a perennial plant native to Europe, but also naturalised in North America
- ACRE, acronym for the Atmospheric Circulation Reconstructions over the Earth project.
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