Get a load of this...There is an exact unit of volume called the butt.

See Webster's dictionary:

Butt: a measure of liquid capacity equal to 126 gallons or two hogs heads.

From another dictionary:

An English butt is 2 hogshead of 54 imperial gallons each or ~129.7 US gallons (i.e., a UK butt is apparently slightly bigger than a US one).

A Spanish butt is based on a wine cask and is equivalent to 140 US gallons or ~116.6 UK gallons (i.e., a Spanish butt is bigger still).

So next time someone says they have a "butt load" of stuff, just remember, that is about two 55-gallon barrels worth of stuff.

To recap...1 butt equals:- 2 hogsheads (this is probably the easiest to remember for social occasions)
- 476.961 liters
- 126 gallons
- 104.917 UK gallons
- 13.5347 bushels
- 0.131592 cords
- 11.6574 firkins
- 4032 gills
- 21504 ponys
- 4032 noggins
- 1008 pints
- 96768 teaspoons
- 12.0308 ephahs
- 1.58987x10^7 drops
- 10752 jiggers
- 16128 shots
- 629.504 wine bottles
- 630 fifths

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Q: What is the metric equivalent of a butt load?

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10.9 on a metric bolt indicates the hardness (or load, tensile strength, and hardness) of the bolt. This is almost as high as they get and is about the equivalent to a grade 8 SAE or USS bolt. 8.8 is also a common metric hardness.

36kg

a butt load

a butt load

essay

I was going to say 144, but that's gross.

A kilometer is already a metric unit.

it's about 34.5 cm.ANS 2 - the metric equivalent of a Foot is 30.4 cm

A butt load

10,000

There are 2204.6 lbs in 1 metric ton (1000 kg).2204.623A metric ton is equivalent to 1,000 kilograms (kg). A kilogram is equivalent to 2.2046 pounds (lb). Hence, a metric ton is equivalent to 2,204.6 lb. a ton= 2000lbsa metric ton= 1000 Kg

my butt

A tonne.

a butt load

That depends on the size of the ship.

The German equivalent of "butt kisser" is "Arschlecker" or "Arschkriecher"

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5 milliitres

136 millimeters

The metric equivalent of 1 liter is 1 litre.

No, it is not part of the metric system. A quart is equivalent to .95 liters.

1.5L = __ metric cups 4 metric cups=1L 1.5 x 4= 6.0 metric cups Jenny

Wajeeh Uddin Nakhshab Butt has written: 'Load balancing strategies for distributed computer systems'

Scroll down to related links and look at "Metric system - Wikipedia".

1ml is 1/5 metric tsp 1 metric tsp is 5ml