A bushel is a unit of dry measure equal in volume to 8 imperial gallons or 64 pints (36.5 liters), and to four pecks. It is traditionally used to measure grain and fruit. The name comes from a word in Old French for a much smaller measure, "the amount one can hold in the hand."
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