Adjust the weight of the medium mass to the calculated figure for one litre (1040 grammes).
The litre of beer is called a canette, and the half-litre a choppe.
The quantity of saliva is stated to have sometimes equalled a litre in measure.
In the medicinal dose (one gramme to a litre) the taste is atrocious.
Make the weight of the medium mass to the calculated figure for one litre (1060 grammes) by the addition of distilled water.
When the solution becomes colourless it is diluted to half a litre; in this fluid, white paper is soaked.
Aluminium is laid on a gelatine solution: one tablet of gelatine to 1/4 litre of water.
(500 litre) cask of petrol on the girders at the after point.
He then carefully filtered the liquid, dissolved in it about fifty grammes of sugar to the litre, and added to it some chalk.
One tablespoonful of maya is sufficient to ferment one litre of milk.
1797, from French litre (1793), from litron, obsolete French measure of capacity for grain, from Medieval Latin litra, from Greek litra "pound," apparently from the same Sicilian Italic source as Latin libra.
liter li·ter (lē'tər)
Abbr. L, l
A unit of volume equal to 1000 cubic centimeters or or 1 cubic decimeter (1.0567 quarts).