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Old 11-17-2007, 08:13 PM
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Question 750 ml's equals how many ounces?

ok' obviously i am not surgeon material but i would like to know exactly how many ounces is 750 ml"s
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Default Re: 750 ml's equals how many ounces?

I hope this will help.

750 milliliter = 25.360 517 026 ounce [US, liquid]
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Old 11-30-2008, 10:18 PM
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thanks alot!
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ok' obviously i am not surgeon material but i would like to know exactly how many ounces is 750 ml"s
Is 750 ml 14-18 oz or 20-24 oz?
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Is 750 ml 14-18 oz or 20-24 oz?
No.

If you mean fluid ounces, amswer is in post #2.
If you mean what is the weight, it depends on the density. From the surgeon reference, I am guessing these are fake boobs. Assuming saline, about 26.6 oz.
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i think they are referring to a bottle of wine! lol
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Agreed!
750 ml = 4 Glasses of wine!
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According to BrewSupplies.com, 1 oz (presumably fluid) = 30 ml.
http(colon)//brewsupplies(dot)com/conversion(dot)htm

750 ml / 30 = 25 fl. oz.

1 'standard drink' = 5 fl.oz.

25 fl.oz. / 5 = 5 'standard drinks' per bottle.


Note that some restaurants pour 6 oz. glasses as standard, yielding about 4.17 drinks per bottle.
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According to BrewSupplies.com, 1 oz (presumably fluid) = 30 ml.
http(colon)//brewsupplies(dot)com/conversion(dot)htm

750 ml / 30 = 25 fl. oz.

1 'standard drink' = 5 fl.oz.

25 fl.oz. / 5 = 5 'standard drinks' per bottle.


Note that some restaurants pour 6 oz. glasses as standard, yielding about 4.17 drinks per bottle.
True if qualified by "approximately equal"

The exact relationship is 1 US gallon = 128 fl oz = 3785.411784 mL, exactly.
As given in post #2, 750 mL = 25.360 5170 oz (rounded)
1 fl oz = 29.573 5296 mL (rounded)

5 or 4 drinks may be poured as 150 mL and 187.5 mL respectively.
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Old 03-27-2011, 05:58 PM
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Well said!
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