unit:TBSP

URI: http://qudt.org/vocab/unit/TBSP

Type
Description

In the US and parts of Canada, a tablespoon is the largest type of spoon used for eating from a bowl. In the UK and most Commonwealth countries, a tablespoon is a type of large spoon usually used for serving. In countries where a tablespoon is a serving spoon, the nearest equivalent to the US tablespoon is either the dessert spoon or the soup spoon. A tablespoonful, nominally the capacity of one tablespoon, is commonly used as a measure of volume in cooking. It is abbreviated as T, tb, tbs, tbsp, tblsp, or tblspn. The capacity of ordinary tablespoons is not regulated by law and is subject to considerable variation. In most countries one level tablespoon is approximately 15 mL; in Australia it is 20 mL.

Properties
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qudt:iec61360Code
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qudt:ucumCode
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qudt:udunitsCode
Tbl
Tblsp
Tbsp
tblsp
tbsp
Annotations
dcterms:description
In the US and parts of Canada, a tablespoon is the largest type of spoon used for eating from a bowl. In the UK and most Commonwealth countries, a tablespoon is a type of large spoon usually used for serving. In countries where a tablespoon is a serving spoon, the nearest equivalent to the US tablespoon is either the dessert spoon or the soup spoon. A tablespoonful, nominally the capacity of one tablespoon, is commonly used as a measure of volume in cooking. It is abbreviated as T, tb, tbs, tbsp, tblsp, or tblspn. The capacity of ordinary tablespoons is not regulated by law and is subject to considerable variation. In most countries one level tablespoon is approximately 15 mL; in Australia it is 20 mL.
rdfs:label
Tablespoon(en)
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Work in progress

RDF/XML
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TURTLE
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JSON
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JSON-LD
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