Learn Containers and Quantities Vocabulary through Pictures and Examples.
A container is any receptacle or enclosure for holding a product used in storage, packaging, and shipping.
Quantity is a property that can exist as a multitude or magnitude.
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- 1 Containers and Quantities Vocabulary in English
- 1.1 Mug
- 1.2 Cup
- 1.3 Glass
- 1.4 Jug
- 1.5 Jar
- 1.6 Tin (U.K) – Tin can (U.S)
- 1.7 Can
- 1.8 Bottle
- 1.9 Packet
- 1.10 Carton
- 1.11 Liter
- 1.12 Bag
- 1.13 Dozen
- 1.14 Tube
- 1.15 Spray can
- 1.16 Spray bottle
- 1.17 Loaf
- 1.18 Slice
- 1.19 Bar
- 1.20 Piece
- 1.21 Tub
- 1.22 Pack
- 1.23 Bunch
- 1.24 Bowl
- 1.25 Kilo
- 1.26 Box
- 1.27 Tray
- 1.28 Roll
- 1.29 Six–pack
- 1.30 Blister pack
- 1.31 Package
- 1.32 Basket
- 2 Containers and Quantities Vocabulary in English | Picture
- 3 Containers & Packaging Vocabulary | Video for Kids
Containers and Quantities Vocabulary in English
She filled her mug with orange juice.
A full cup must be carried steadily.
The more women look in their glass, the less they look to their house.
She filled the jug with fresh water.
She opened up a glass jar of plums.
Tin (U.K) – Tin can (U.S)
Careful with that open tin/ tin can, it’s got a very sharp edge.
How much sugar is in a can of cola?
I bought him a bottle of drink in return for his kindness.
A packet of white powder was found and police scientists are analysing it.
Every carton of yoghurt is stamped with a sell-by date.
A liter of gas have less mass than a liter of water.
He packed a few things into a bag.
Eggs are sold by the dozen.
Give the tube of toothpaste a squeeze.
This spray can be used against weevil and other crop pests.
Tom drove to the store and bought three cans of insect spray bottle.
I went to the baker’s to buy a loaf of fresh bread.
She took a slice of chocolate cake and smothered it in cream.
I bought a bar of soap in the supermarket.
Can you manage another piece of cake?
I love soaking in a hot tub.
A pack of cigarettes lasts him two days.
I bought a small bunch of bananas.
The hungry boy gulped down the bowl of soup.
Apple costs five dollars a kilo.
I can’t lift this box — will you help me please?
He brought her breakfast in bed on a tray.
She put some margarine on her roll.
I’ve bought a six-pack coca cola.
The capsules are packaged in blister packs, with each sheet containing five capsules.
The postman brought me a large package.
Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.