|ml||imp fl oz||ml||US fl oz||ml|
|fluid ounce, nip or pony||30||1||28.413||1||29.574|
|shot, bar glass or jigger||30||3/2||42.6||3/2||44.4|
|can of drink||375||11.6||330||12||355|
|bottle of spirits||700||24.6||700||25.3||750|
|bottle of wine||750||26.4||750||25.3||750|
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