Pint

The pint (abbreviated as `pt` or `p`) is a unit of volume or capacity in both the United States customary and imperial measurement systems. The imperial pint (≈ 568 mL) is used in the United Kingdom and Ireland and to some extent in other Commonwealth nations. In the United States, two pints are used: a liquid pint (≈ 473 mL) and a less-co...
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Pint

• (n.) A measure of capacity, equal to half a quart, or four gills, -- used in liquid and dry measures. See Quart. • (n.) The laughing gull.
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pint

(pīnt) a unit of liquid measure; in the United States it is 16 fluid ounces, or the equivalent of 0.473 liter. In Great Britain, it is the imperial pint and is 20 fluid ounces, or the equivalent of 0.568 liter.
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pint

noun a United States dry unit equal to 0.5 quart or 33.6 cubic inches
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pint

[Noun] Plural form: pints. A unit of liquid volume which is the same as 0.568 litres.
Example: Every Friday I go to the pub and have a pint of beer with my friends.
See also: unit (measurement)
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Pint

Pint noun [ Middle English pinte , French pinte , from Spanish pinta spot, mark, pint, from pintar to paint; a mark for a pint probably having been made on or in a larger measure. See Paint .] A measure of capacity, equal to half a quart, or four gills, -- used in liq...
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pint

Anglo-American size for liquids with different volumes. Because the pint in England includes 0.568 liters and in the USA 0.473 liters. Both correspond to one eighth of the gallon of the country concerned. The English pint will too Imperial Pint called. But also in many other countries pint or pinte was and is a measure with different volumes. In ol...
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pint

Imperial dry or liquid measure of capacity equal to 20 fluid ounces, half a quart, one-eighth of a gallon, or 0.568 litre. In the USA, a liquid pint is equal to 0.473 litre, while a dry pint is equal to 0.550 litre
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pint

pint: see English units of measurement.
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Pint

Standard measure in which beer is served in the UK. Equivalent to 0.568 of a litre.
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Pint

The pint is a derived unit in the British system of units.Conversions1 pint=20 fluid ounces1 gallon (UK)=8 pints1 quart=2 pints4 quarts=1 gallonttle='Volume';xiunt='pint';yiunt='litre';mconv=1.75975;cconv=0.0; See also: Volume.
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Pint

The pint is a unit of capacity measurement equivalent to 4 gills or 0.568 litres.
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pint

Type: Term Pronunciation: pīnt Definitions: 1. A (U.S. liquid) measure of quantity containing 16 fluid ounces, 28.875 cubic inches; 473.1765 mL. An imperial (U.K.) pint contains 20 British fluid ounces, 34.67743 cubic inches; 568.2615 mL.
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pint

unit of capacity in the British Imperial and U.S. Customary systems of measurement. In the British system the units for dry measure and liquid ...
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pint

[n] - a British imperial capacity measure (liquid or dry) equal to 4 gills or 568.26 cubic centimeters 2. [n] - a United States dry unit equal to 0.5 quart or 33.6 cubic inches 3. [n] - a United States liquid unit equal to 16 fluid ounces
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