One pint equals approximately 500 milliliters. A pint is an imperial measurement of volume equal to 2 cups. A milliliter is a metric unit of volume equal to one-thousandth of one liter.
Not all pints are the same size. The American standard dry pint, used to measure dry ingredients, is equal to 551 milliliters, while the American liquid pint equals 473 milliliters, or roughly 1.6 dry pints. The British pint equals 568 milliliters and is used to measure both dry and liquid ingredients. The American standard system also weighs dry and liquid materials using different ounces and only uses gallons to weigh liquid.