- liter: a metric unit of capacity, formerly defined as the volume of one kilogram of pure water under standard conditions; now equal to 1,000 cubic centimeters (or approximately 1.75 pints)
- The litre (or liter - see spelling differences) is a unit of volume. There are two official symbols: the Latin letter L in lower and upper case (l and L). The lower case L is also often written as a cursive ℓ, though this symbol has no official approval by any international bureau. ...
- The metric unit of fluid measure, equal to one cubic decimetre. Symbols: l, L, ℓ
- (Litres (Oven)) This measurement is the capacity or volume of the oven in litres.
- (Litres) are most commonly used for items measured by the capacity or size of their container (such as fluids and berries), whereas cubic metres (and derived units) are most commonly used for items measured either by their dimensions or their displacements.
- The basic unit of measurement for volume in the metric system; equal to 61.025 cubic inches or 1.0567 liquid quarts.
- A metric measure of volume equal to 33.8 ounces.
- (L) The special name for the unit of volume known as the cubic decimetre. There are exactly 1,000 litres in 1 cubic metre – 1000 L = 1 m^3.
- Weights and measures inspectors like to play follow the litre.
- An SI derived nit of fluid volume. [0.001 cubic m] (l)
- 1. Wine: (a) A metric unit of capacity equal to 1,000 cubic centimeters and equivalent to 33.814 U.S. fluid ounces. For purposes of 27 CFR part 4, a liter is subdivided into 1,000 milliliters (ml). ...
- A metric unit of volume. 4.546 litres = 1 imperial gallon.
- a unit of measure used to measure volume. 1 l = 0.001 cubic metre (m 3)
- a metric volume measurement equal to a little more than a quart.
- The basic liquid measurement unit in the metric system (abbrev. l) In most industrial nations outside the United States, motor fuel is sold by the litre, not by the gallon. A litre is 0.2642 of a U.S. gallon.

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