Gill

Gill ist eine Maßeinheit des Raums (Trocken-, Flüssigkeitsmaß).

Einheitenzeichen: Imp.gi., Imp.gl., US liquid gi., US liquid gl., US.liq.gi.

1 gallon = 4 quart = 8 pint = 16 cup = 32 gill

1 Imp.gi. = 5 Imp.fl.oz = 40 Imp.fl.dr. = 2400 Imp.min. = 8,6693578125 inch³ = 142,065321312337 cm³

1 US.liq.gi. = 4 US.fl.oz = 32 US.fl.dr. = 1920 US.min. = 7,21875 inch³ = 118,29411825 cm³

1 Imp.gi. = 1,20095 US.liq.gi.

In britischen Bars wurde der Schnaps früher in Mengen von 1/6 gill verkauft, was in etwa 2,3 cl entsprach. Heute sind in Großbritannien 2,5 oder 3,5 cl üblich.

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