a measure of capacity equal to 1/16 (0.0625) pint (29.6 milliliters) in the U.S., and equal to 1/20 (0.05) of an imperial pint (28.4 milliliters) in Great Britain. Symbol: f.
Abbreviation: fl. oz;
a unit of capacity equal to the volume of one avoirdupois ounce of distilled water at 62°F: there are twenty fluid ounces in an Imperial pint and sixteen in a US pint
fluid ounce or fluidounce
Abbr. fl oz, fl. oz.
A unit of volume or capacity equal to 8 fluid drams or 29.57 milliliters.
A unit of liquid volume or capacity in the US Customary System equal to 1/16 of a pint (29.57 milliliters). See Table at measurement.
noun, Physics, Mechanics. 1. the pressure exerted by a fluid, directly proportional to the specific gravity at any point and to the height of the fluid above the point. noun 1. the pressure exerted by a fluid at any point inside it. The difference of pressure between two levels is determined by the product of […]
fluidrachm flu·i·drachm (flōō’ĭ-drām’, flōō’ĭ-drām’) n. A fluid dram.
[flook] /fluk/ noun 1. the part of an anchor that catches in the ground, especially the flat triangular piece at the end of each arm. 2. a barb, or the barbed head, of a harpoon, spear, arrow, or the like. 3. either half of the triangular tail of a whale. [flook] /fluk/ noun 1. an […]
[floo-kee] /ˈflu ki/ adjective, flukier, flukiest. 1. . adjective Uncertain, unpredictable, andoften unexpected: It would have been a very fluky shot, even if he happened to have the camera in his hand (1867+)