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quart

noun \ˈkwrt\

: a unit of liquid measurement equal to two U.S. pints or 0.946 liters

: a unit of liquid measurement equal to two British pints or 1.14 liters

Full Definition of QUART

1
— see weight table
2
:  a vessel or measure having a capacity of one quart

Origin of QUART

Middle English, from Anglo-French quarte quarter, quart, from feminine of quart, adjective, fourth, from Latin quartus; akin to Latin quattuor four — more at four
First Known Use: 14th century

quart

noun \ˈkw(ə)rt\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of QUART

1
:  a British unit of liquid or dry capacity equal to 14 gallon or 69.355 cubic inches or 1.136 liters
2
:  a United States unit of liquid capacity equal to 14 gallon or 57.75 cubic inches or 0.946 liters

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