A unit of liquid or dry capacity equal to one half of a quart
A pint of beer
a British imperial capacity measure (liquid or dry) equal to 4 gills or 568.26 cubic centimeters
a United States dry unit equal to 0.5 quart or 33.6 cubic inches
The pint is an English unit of volume or capacity in both the imperial system and in United States customary units. The imperial version is 20 imperial fluid ounces and is equivalent to about 568 mL, while the U.S. version is 16 U.S. fluid ounces and is equivalent to about 473 mL. ...
The joug or Scottish pint was a Scottish unit of measurement of liquids that was in use from at least 1661, (possibly 15th century), until the early 19th century. Bakers used the measure until the late 19th century.
A unit of volume, equivalent to ⅛ of a gallon or hungarian pint 1,696 liter; A pint of milk; A glass of beer, served by the pint
(Pints (Measures)) A half-sized quartz watch is a pintz watch.
(pints () U.S.) liters 0.47
a unit of volume measurement equal to 16 fl. oz. in the U.S. system.
16 shots; 0.625 fifths
a unit of capacity; equal to 1/2 quart, or 2 cups, or 16 fluid ounces
[pronounced pint] When we buy a beer, it usually comes in a pint glass, which conveniently contains one pint of beer. Not to be confused with a half pint glass, which is what girls drink from
the Imperial pint, the legal measure for the sale of beer in the UK; 568 ml
Unit of measurement for volume, most commonly used for liquids like milk, but also on occasion for things like seeds. eg a pint of peas. Eight pints made a gallon. The metric equivalent of a pint is 0.56 litres, and the half-litre (500ml) has largely replaced the pint in everyday life. ...
At the time the Paris pint was 0.93 litres, significantly larger than the modern pint (Montagne, Zupko).
n. The standard UK measure of beer - apparently equivalent to 0.568 litres in new money. It is possible to buy a half-pint instead but doing so will marr you for life in the eyes of your peers. ...
A unit of volume in the "English" system. One pint equals 2 cups or 0.5 quart. Because the gallon, quart, and pint differ in the United States and the United Kingdom, the use of this unit and term is generally discouraged for scientific purposes. One U.S. pint equals: (1) 473. ...
A unit of measure (duh) that more often than not refers to a pint-sized glass of beer down at the pub.