Definition of Liters. Meaning of Liters. Synonyms of Liters

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Definition of Liters

Liter
Liter Li"ter, Litre Li"tre, n. [F. litre, Gr. ? a silver coin.] A measure of capacity in the metric system, being a cubic decimeter, equal to 61.022 cubic inches, or 2.113 American pints, or 1.76 English pints.

Meaning of Liters from wikipedia

- The litre (international spelling) or liter (American spelling) (symbols L, l or ℓ) is an SI accepted metric system unit of volume equal to 1 cubic decimetre...
- Liter of Light is an open source design for a low-cost light tube that refracts solar light to provide daytime interior lighting for dwellings with thin...
- compartment (space, volume) in a two-to-one ratio: 28 (28-32) liters are inside cells and 14 (14-15) liters are outside cells. The ECF compartment is divided into...
- soft drink bottles include 500 milliliters, 1 liter, and 3 liters. PepsiCo introduced the first two-liter sized soft drink bottle in 1970. Motivated by...
- of 158 liters/second in the late 19th century, but now has a flow of aboutliters/second. Deildartunguhver in Iceland has a flow of 180 liters/second...
- Litér is a village in Veszprém county, Hungary. Litér at the Hungarian Central Statistical Office (Hungarian). Litér at the Hungarian Central Statistical...
- The Nite-Liters as the band that pla**** as "The Crawlers" with Chicago artist Alvin Cash on his R&B #1 1964 hit, "Twine Time". The Nite-Liters had a few...
- TEPCO now says that levels of 5 MBq (0.12 millicuries) of strontium per liter (23 MBq/imp gal; 19 MBq/U.S. gal; 610 μCi/imp gal; 510 μCi/U.S. gal) were...
- turbochargers and related products, on a global scale, for diesel engines above 3 liters. In regard to Emission Solutions, ****mins develops and supplies catalytic...
- Ford V8 engines (4.2-liter, 4.7-liter and 7-liter) were used, compared with the Ferrari V12, which displaced 3.0 liters or 4.0 liters. Early cars were simply...
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