Definition of kanal in English:

kanal

Syllabification: kan·al
Pronunciation: /ˈkanl
 
/

noun

A land measure used in Pakistan, standardized under British rule to equal one-eighth acre: seventeen kanals of agricultural land
More example sentences
  • Besides, the state government envisages acquiring 100 kanals of land in each district headquarter to construct safe zones for the migrants who intend to come back and settle in the valley.
  • One such place is Kanitar, where six to seven kanals of land if acquired and subsequently dredged will pave the way for water from Wayil to reach Dal.
  • A park is also being laid over 60 kanals in the periphery, fencing of which is fast being completed.

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