Noun(1) a metric unit of capacity, formerly defined as the volume of one kilogram of pure water under standard conditions; now equal to 1,000 cubic centimeters (or approximately 1.75 pints
(1) Before tax a litre of petrol is actually cheaper than a litre of bottled water.(2) Who would care when a litre of petrol was cheaper than a litre of bottled water?(3) it costs 5 euro a litre(4) a litre bottle of wine(5) a litre of milk(6) At least 0.4 liters of diesel was needed to produce one kilogram of tea.(7) The result is extrapolated to 60 seconds and reported in liters per minute.(8) Two 8,000 - liter water tanks are installed for use by local residents.(9) A hydrant's minimum capacity must be 1,000 liters per minute.(10) When the roof is open, boot room is 208 litres, 63 litres more than the earlier model.(11) He cut his tea back to one liter a day and did much better.(12) You should then drink 1.5 liters per 1kg of weight lost.(13) Burning fuel and debris were shoved out of the core before it was deluged with five million litres of water.(14) The new pump should produce an additional 220,000 liters per hour.(15) Recommendations run at about 1 liter per hour divided into 3-4 intakes.(16) Elephants consume around 250 liters of clean water daily.
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