The fourth part; a quarter; hence, a region of the earth.
A measure of capacity, both in dry and in liquid measure; the fourth part of a gallon; the eighth part of a peck; two pints.
A vessel or measure containing a quart.
Unit of measure equal to 1/4 gallon or 32 ounces.
A measure of capacity in both liquid and dry measure equal to two pints. The U.S. liquid quart is the gallon of 231 cubic inches; The U.S. dry quart is 1/32 the bushel of 2,150.42 cubic inches, or 1/8 peck. The British quart, adopted in 1824, equals 2 pints or the imperial gallon, is used for both liquid and dry commodities and equals 1.0320 U.S. dry quarts or 1.2009 U.S. liquid quarts. Prior to 1824 various quarts were in use for different commodities. Also see Gallon [Imperial] and Gallon [U.S.].
a United States liquid unit equal to 32 fluid ounces; four quarts equal one gallon
a British imperial capacity measure (liquid or dry) equal to 2 pints or 1.136 liters
a United States dry unit equal to 2 pints or 67.2 cubic inches
a liquid measure containing one-fourth part of a gallon
a unit of measurement Measurement is the determination of the size or magnitude of something
A measure of volume in the U.S. system; 32 fluid ounces equal 1 quart and 4 quarts equal one gallon.
A quart is one-fourth of a gallon. Four quarts make one gallon.
A customary unit to measure capacity; 1 quart = 2 pints. The abbreviation for quart is "qt."
A quart is a unit of measurement for volume. It is equal to two pints. There are several different units known as a pint, and so there are accordingly several different quarts.