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"quart" in British English

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quartnoun [C]

uk   /kwɔːt/  us   /kwɔːrt/ (written abbreviation qt)
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quartnoun [C]

 us   /kwɔrt/ (abbreviation qt.)
a unit of measurement of volume equal to 2 pints or about 0.95 liter
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quartnoun [C]

uk   us   /kwɔːt/ ( written abbreviation qt)
MEASURES a unit of measurement for liquids, equal to approximately 1.14 litres in Britain, or 0.95 litres in the US: Consumption of ice cream and frozen desserts in the U.S. fell from 22.7 quarts per person in 2000 to 20.3 quarts per person in 2005.
(Definition of quart from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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