Definition of pint
1 : a unit of capacity equal to 1⁄2 quart — see weight table
2 : a pint pot or vessel
Examples of pint in a Sentence
The ice cream comes in pints.
I'd like another pint, please.
We'll all go for a pint after work.
Recent Examples of pint from the Web
Iron Triangle Brewery hosts a 90-minute boxing and yoga class this weekend, the more exciting payoff of which is a free pint (over, like, endorphins).
On Thursday, June 29, $5 from every pint glass purchase will go to the pelicans.
According to the photos shared on social media, the party contained everything that a Moana fan could ask for: characters from the movie, elaborate costumes for the pint-sized guests of honor, and even a petting zoo with adorable pigs.
Pint, who played at St. Thomas Aquinas, was drafted fourth overall last June by the Colorado Rockies; Wentz, a Shawnee Mission East graduate, was taken No.
Repeat softening process with remaining 2 pints of ice cream and assemble remaining sandwiches.
Stop at the brewery for a pint of Marilyn Blonde beneath the watchful eyes of a Wrinkles in the City mural by French artist JR.
Pint became the first high school pitcher from Kansas drafted in the opening round since Brian Holman (Wichita North) in 1983.
Every dad who walks through the door at Fate Brewing will get one free core beer pint.
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Origin and Etymology of pint
PINT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pint for English Language Learners
: a unit for measuring liquids that is equal to 0.473 liters
: a unit for measuring liquids that is equal to 0.568 liters
: a container that holds a pint of something
PINT Defined for Kids
Definition of pint for Students
: a unit of liquid capacity equal to one half quart or 16 ounces (about .47 liter)
Medical Definition of pint
: any of various measures of liquid capacity equal to one-half quart: asa: a United States measure equal to 16 fluid ounces, 473.176 milliliters, or 28.875 cubic inchesb: a British measure equal to 20 fluid ounces, 568.26 milliliters, or 34.678 cubic inches
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