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About gill (UK)

The gill (UK), or Imperial gill, is a unit of volume in the Imperial system of units equal to 1.420653125 × 10-4 cubic meters (1 imp gill = 1.420653125 × 10-4 m3), the derived unit of volume in the International System of Units (SI).

The gill (UK) is also equal to 142,065.3125 cubic millimeters (mm3), or 142.065312 cubic centimeters (cm3) or 0.142065312 cubic decimeters (dm3) (units of volume in the SI), or 142.0653125 milliliters (mL), or 14.20653125 centiliters (cL), or 1.420653125 deciliters (dL) or 0.1420653125 liters (L), which are units of volume in the metric system.

The gill definition varies depending on the system of units used, as follows:

  • The Imperial gill or gill (UK), equal to 142.0653125 milliliters or 5.0 Imperial fluid ounces
  • The US customary gill or gill (US), equal to 118.29411825 milliliters or 4.0 US fluid ounces

The gill is used as a unit of volume for alcoholic beverages, milk, etc.

Plural: gills (UK)

Also called: gill (UK) (plural: gills (UK)), Noggin

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