Imperial gallon

Imperial gallon
(gal or IG)
   a traditional unit of volume equal to about 1.201 U.S. liquid gallon or 4.546 liters. See gallon3. In Canada, the term "Imperial" is used frequently to distinguish the British Imperial units from the corresponding U.S. units.

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  • imperial gallon — n. the standard British gallon, equal to 4.546 liters or about 11/ 5 U.S. gallons …   English World dictionary

  • Imperial gallon — noun a British imperial capacity measure (liquid or dry) equal to 4 quarts or 4.545 liters • Syn: ↑gallon, ↑congius • Hypernyms: ↑British capacity unit, ↑Imperial capacity unit • Part Holonyms: ↑bushel, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • imperial gallon — im·pe·ri·al gallon im pir ē əl n GALLON (2) …   Medical dictionary

  • imperial gallon — A quantity of 4.546 liters. Also called UK gallon. It is 20% larger than a US gallon …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • imperial gallon — a British gallon equivalent to 11/5 U.S. gallons, or 277.42 cubic inches. [1830 40] * * * …   Universalium

  • imperial gallon — noun see gallon (sense 1) …   English new terms dictionary

  • imperial gallon — impe′rial gal′lon n. wam a British gallon equivalent to 1? U.S. gallons, or 277.42 cu. in • Etymology: 1830–40 …   From formal English to slang

  • imperial gallon — /ɪmˌpɪəriəl ˈgælən/ (say im.pearreeuhl galuhn) noun → gallon (def. 1) …  

  • imperial gallon — noun A unit of measure for liquids used in the British Isles and in some Commonwealth countries, equivalent to 8 imperial pints, 4.55 litres, or 1.20 U. S. gallons …   Wiktionary

  • Imperial units — or the Imperial system is a collection of units, first defined in the British Weights and Measures Act of 1824 , later refined (until 1959) and reduced. The units were introduced in the United Kingdom and its colonies, including Commonwealth… …   Wikipedia

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