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The imperial pint used in the UK is different to the pint used in the US.

1 imperial pint = 16 floz

1 US pint = 14 floz

1 l = 1.75975326 imperial pints = 2.11337642 US pints.

So

1l is less than 2 imperial pints

1l is greater than 2 US pints

Q: Which holds more a liter bottle of lemonade or a 2 pint carton of milk?

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1 liter = 1000 milliliters 5 glasses @150ml = 750 ml 1000-750=250 ml left in the bottle.

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You would have to find some sort of graduated cylinder, or more probably a pitcher and pour your lemonade into it. Then you place your graduated cylinder on a level or at least fairly level surface and check the measurement of your lemonade with the top of the liquid at eye level. Or alternately pour it in a two liter bottle. Find a two liter bottle and pour the lemonade into it and see what happens.

2000 ml1 liter = 1000 mililiters 1 mililiter = 0.001 liter

There are 100 centiliters in a liter, inside a bottle or anywhere else.

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1 liter = 1000 milliliters 5 glasses @150ml = 750 ml 1000-750=250 ml left in the bottle.

150mlsx5=750mls 1lt=1000mls 1000mls-750mls=250mls

a mesuring jug or a small bottle of cola

1 liter = 100 centiliters

A litre bottle - it's about 1.13 pints

3000 ml

A bottle of ketchup holds 946 milliliters, not liters.

You would have to find some sort of graduated cylinder, or more probably a pitcher and pour your lemonade into it. Then you place your graduated cylinder on a level or at least fairly level surface and check the measurement of your lemonade with the top of the liquid at eye level. Or alternately pour it in a two liter bottle. Find a two liter bottle and pour the lemonade into it and see what happens.

It depends on the shape of the litre carton.

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You can measure liquid volume using metric units such as milliliter (mL) and liter (L). A dropper holds about 1 milliliter. A water bottle holds about 1 liter.