Definitions for **"Gallon"**

A measure of capacity, containing four quarts; -- used, for the most part, in liquid measure, but sometimes in dry measure.

Measurement of liquid capacity, which is equal to 4 quarts or 231 cubic inches.

One U.S. gallon equals 231 cubic inches or 0.1337 cubic feet.

Gallon (US) is a unit of volume equal to 3.785412 L. Gallon (UK, Imperial) is a unit of volume equal to 4.546090 L.

A unit of capacity (volume) usually referring to liquid measure in the British or U. S. customary system of units. The capacity defined by the British (Imperial) gallon equals 1.20095 U.S. gallons; one U.S. gallon equals four quarts or 3.785 10 3 m3.

unit of liquid measure, which in the US, contains 3.785 liters and for water weighs 8.3 pounds' 1 US gallon = 0.83 Imperial gallon.

An English unit of capacity for dry or liquid measure containing 231 cubic inches.

a unit of liquid volume, primarily used in the U.S. One gallon (US) = 3.8 liters.

When used on this site without qualification, usually refers to the US Gallon, equal to 3.785 Liters. The UK Gallon is equal to 4.546 Liters.

United States liquid unit equal to 4 quarts or 3.785 liters

a British imperial capacity measure (liquid or dry) equal to 4 quarts or 4.545 liters

a liquid measure, containing two hundred and thirty-one cubic inches, or four

a measure of volume

a unit measurement used to quantify the capacity of a liquid

a volume (physical size)

1 UK gallon = 4.54 liters; 1 US gallon = 3.78 liters

4 quarters of gallon = 3,78 liters = 231 inches cubical = 8,34 water pounds.

A unit of volume. A U.S. gallon contains 231 cubic inches, 0.133 cubic feet, or 3.785 liters. One U.S. gallon of water weighs 8.3 lbs.

A unit of volume. A US gallon has 231 cubic inches or 3,785 liters. ( 099)

A unit of volume. A U.S. gallon has 231 cubic inches or 3.785 liters. There are 42 gallons in a barrel of oil.

The US gallon (3.8 liters) is a standard unit of measurement used in the oil industry. The imperial gallon is slightly larger, equivalent to 4.5 liters.

A volumetric measure equal to 4 quarts (231 cubic inches) used to measure fuel oil. One barrel equals 42 gallons.

A unit of volume in the U.S. Customary System, used to measure liquid, equal to 4 quarts (3.785 liters) and weighs 8.3 lbs. Groundwater: The supply of fresh water found under the surface of the Earth usually found in aquifers. Groundwater often supplies wells and springs with water that is needed.

measure of capacity of the Anglo-Saxon countries - English Gallon = lt. 4,546; American gallon = lt. 3,785

A liquid unit of measure equal to 4 quarts. On average it takes 40 gallons of sap to make 1 gallon of maple syrup.

Liquid measure. One U.S. gallon = 128 ounces, one imperial gallon = 160 ounces.

A standard unit of volume measurement. It is 231 cubic inches.

gallon (U.S. gallon = 3.79 liters)

U.S A volume equal to 231 cubic inches measured at 25°C. (77°F).

The common U.S. unit of measurement of liquid volume. (The international unit of volume measurement is the liter.)

An American unit of measurement equal to 128 fl. oz.; contains 8 pt. (16 fl. oz. each).

The gallon used here is a U.S. gallon, not an Imperial gallon. 1 gallon (UK) = 1.2 gallon (US).

Unit of liquid measure. One U.S. gallon has the volume of 231 cubic inches. One Imperial gallon equals 1.201 U.S. gallons.

A US gallon (3.785 liters) is 20% smaller than an Imperial gallon (4.546 liters).

an American unit of measurement equal to 128 fluid ounces; contains 8 pints (16 fluid ounces each).

A customary unit used to measure capacity; 1 gallon = 4 quarts.

A unit of liquid volume; the U.S. gallon has a volume of 231 cubic inches or 3.785 liters; the Imperial (British) gallon has a volume of 277.418 cubic inches or 4.546 liters.

The Scots gallon was a Scottish unit of measurement of liquids that was in use from at least 1661, (possibly 15th century), until the mid 19th century. It was approximately three times larger than an Imperial gallon that was adopted in 1824.

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