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kiloliter (kL)

Etymology: Gk, chilioi, thousand; Fr, litre
unit of volume equivalent to 1057 quarts, 1000 liters, or 1 cubic meter (1 m3). Also spelled kilolitre.


(kĭl′ō-lē″tĕr) [Fr. kilolitre],


One thousand liters.
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