(l or L) This term is generally used when measuring a volume of liquid. A liter is slightly larger than a quart; about 3.8 liters are in a gallon.

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(L) (le´tәr) a basic unit of volume used for liquids with the SI system, equal to 1000 cubic centimeters, or 1 cubic decimeter, or to 1.0567 quarts liquid measure.

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*n]* - a metric unit of capacity equal to the volume of 1 kilogram of pure water at 4 degrees centigrade and 760 mm of mercury (or approximately 1.76 pints)

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• (n.) Alt. of Litre

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litre *noun* a metric unit of capacity equal to the volume of 1 kilogram of pure water at 4 degrees centigrade and 760 mm of mercury (or approximately 1.76 pints)

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*(L, l)* Type: Term Pronunciation: lē′tĕr Definitions: 1. A measure of capacity of 1000 cubic centimeters or 1 cubic decimeter; equivalent to 1.056688 quarts (U.S., liquid).

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*(L)* Metric unit of volume equal to approximately 1.056 liquid quarts, 0.908 dry quart, or 0.264 gallon.

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A measure of capacity of 1000 cubic centimeters or 1 cubic decimeter; equivalent to 1.056688 quarts (U.S., liquid). ... Origin: Fr., fr. G. Litra, a pound ... (05 Mar 2000) ...

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A measure of volume for a liquid, using the metric system. One liter is equal to 1,000 cubic centimeters (cc), 1,000 milliliters (mm), or 1.0567 quarts (qt). Also called L.

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A unit of measurement of liquid.

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Liter (l, L) is a synonym for cubic decimeter (L = dm3).

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liter, abbr. l, unit of volume in the metric system, defined since 1964 as equal to 0.001 cubic meters, or 1 cubic decimeter. A cube that has each of its edges equal to 10 centimeters has a volume of 1 liter. The liter is equal to 1.057 liquid quarts, 0.908 dry quarts, and 61.024 cubic inches.

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Liter: A metric measure of capacity that, by definition, is equal to the volume of a kilogram of water at 4 degrees centigrade and at standard atmospheric pressure of 760 millimeters of mercury. Metric equivalents -- There are 1000 cubic centimeters or 1 cubic decimeter in 1 liter. U.S. equivalent -- A liter is a little more than a quart (1.057 U.S...

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Metric measure (abbr. L) for the volume unit of the decimeter cube. One liter of pure water has a volume of 1 dm3 or 1,000 cc and weighs exactly one kilogram (kg) at a temperature of 3.98 ° C and at an atmospheric pressure of one atmosphere = 1013.25 hPa (hectopascals). The nominal volume on bottles is given in liters or parts thereof. The Wine pr...

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Standard volume of measure in the metric system (used throughout the world for wine). 1 liter = 1.054 U.S. quarts; 1 U.S. gallon = 3.785 liters.

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Standard volume of measure in the metric system (used throughout the world for wine).

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Unit of volume in the metric system, slightly larger than 1 quart, since 1 liter is 33.2 ounces, or 1 quart is 0.946 liters, to three significant figures.

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