A measure of liquid capacity, especially one equivalent to approximately 252 gallons (954 liters).(noun)
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Use "tun" in a sentence
"Back on the local (non-EC2) workstation, set up the software: sudo apt-get install - y openvpn sudo modprobe tun sudo iptables - I OUTPUT - o tun+ - j ACCEPT sudo iptables - I INPUT - i tun+ - j ACCEPT"
"Later the village was surrounded by a wall called a tun, and by a transfer of terms the village frequently came to be called a mark, or tun, later changed to town."
"-- A tun is a certain measure for liquids, as for wine, and its capacity equals two pipes, or four hogsheads, or 252 gallons."