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A quart is a unit of measurement for volume. It is a quarter of a gallon or two pints. Because the imperial system and the American system use different gallons their quarts are different too.

Different systems[change | change source]

In the American system there are two different quarts. There is a wet quart and a dry quart. There is only one imperial quart. One U.S. dry quart is a little smaller than one imperial quart. Six U.S. wet pints are about five imperial pints.

Guide[change | change source]

1 imperial quart = 40 imperial fluid ounces (fl. oz.)
= 1.1365225 litres (exactly)
≈ 1137 ml
≈ 1.20 U.S. wet quarts
≈ 1.03 U.S. dry quarts
1 U.S. wet quart = 32 U.S. fl. oz.
= 0.946352946 litres (exactly)
≈ 946 ml
≈ 0.83 imperial quarts
≈ 0.86 U.S. dry quarts
1 U.S. dry quart = 1.101220943 litres (exactly)
≈ 1101 ml
≈ 0.97 imperial quarts
≈ 1.16 U.S. wet quarts