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1.
1. (In the US) 0.473 liters (16 fluid ounces) of a liquid, typically draft beer.

2. (In the UK) 0.568 litres (20 fluid ounces) of a liquid, typically draught beer.

3. (Metric - everywhere else in the world other than UK/US) Exactly half a litre (or 500mL, 2 cups, 18 fluid ounces, etc.) of any liquid, most notably beer.
Man (walks into a bar in Toronto): I'll have a pint of Guiness.

Bartender: One pint of Guiness, coming up.

Man: So a pint is 375 mL, right?

Bartender: No sir, its 500mL.

Man: Well I'll be damned. But it's 12 ounces right?

Bartender: No sir, its 18 fluid ounces.

Man: Damn, I'll have to stop getting my facts from urbandictionary.com

Bartender: Well actually, I'm a psychic, and I'm having a vision of some valiant soul deciding to post a proper definition of the word "pint" as it refers to drinking. So don't worry, keep on urbandicking!

Man: Urbandicking? I'll have to look that one up.

Bartender: Well if its not self-explanatory then you're an idiot.

Man: Just give me the goddamn pint.
by Leroy Brown 420 January 31, 2009
 
2.
a decent sized beer (take note you twats)
apint of your finest please barkeep
by frank November 07, 2003
 
3.
The unit everything is measured in, in Northern Ireland.
Person #1: Awwwww fuck coming for a fuckiiiiing piiiiintt like?
Person #2: Aye pint of bacon please squiiiire.
Person #1: Alright barkeep, can I get a pint of bacon, a pint of bread and two beer bongs to go please.
Barkeep: Right you are young laird. Here are your pints.
by The Woods Family January 02, 2012
 
4.
another name for crystal meth
me and the boys are going back to my shed after work to smoke some pint wanna join us?
by johnny pint smoker November 01, 2008
 
5.
Roughly 12 shots, or the equivalent to a water bottle in hard alcohol. Usually comes in a flask shapped bottle and is suitable for 1-3 people.
"I'll throw up fives and we can go halfies on a pint."
by NH1257 December 28, 2007
 
6.
(verb) To use selfish or unfair tactics, most notably when utilized by a merchandiser on his/her customer.

(pinty, adjective) Used to describe a person or organization's selfish, unfair, or profit-motivated actions.

Origin: Likley coined by a Jew who was tired of hearing words of antisemitic origin being used by non-antisemitic people, such as the verb form of "jew" (Ex. I tried out that new restaurant on 34th street, but their prices suck. I got jewed.) Possibly also coined by a Gypsy who felt a new word needed to replace the term "gyp" (Ex. I made a huge profit from that deal, I really gyped my purchaser).

1. I tried out that dealer who's number you gave me last week, but I got pinted, real bad. I'm never buying weed from him again. Thanks for nothing, dumbass.

2. I split a pizza with Jim the other day, but the pinty fucker ate the whole thing while I was taking a shit.
by Leroy Brown 420 January 30, 2009
 
7.
adjective
Below acceptable level of generosity or courtesy.
"I got a pint count on that ounce I bought."
"We were supposed to go chill but he/she's a pint bitch and didnt show"
by Jaime fuckin Siltz January 15, 2006