Quart ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Quart ( noun )

  1. A unit of capacity equal to one fourth of a gallon (approximately 0.946 liter).
  2. A unit of volume equal to two pints (approximately 0.946 liter).

Origin:

From middle english quarte, from old french quarte, from latin quartus, fourth.

Examples:

  1. The recipe calls for two quarts of milk.
  2. He bought a quart of ice cream.
  3. A quart is roughly equivalent to a liter.
  4. The jug held a quart of water.
  5. The engine oil comes in quarts and gallons.

(As a verb)

Quart ( verb )

  1. A unit of capacity equal to one fourth of a gallon (approximately 0.946 liter).
  2. A unit of volume equal to two pints (approximately 0.946 liter).

Origin:

From middle english quarte, from old french quarte, from latin quartus, fourth.

Examples:

  1. The recipe calls for two quarts of milk.
  2. He bought a quart of ice cream.
  3. A quart is roughly equivalent to a liter.
  4. The jug held a quart of water.
  5. The engine oil comes in quarts and gallons.
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