It's about three-fourths as big as an Ostrich Egg.
In other words, 120.50 centiliters is 0.73840 times the size of an Ostrich Egg, and the size of an Ostrich Egg is 1.3540 times that amount.(Struthio camelus) (for common ostrich; average)
The largest egg produced by living birds, ostrich eggs measure about 160 centiliters in volume. The eggs take about nine weeks to hatch, with males and females taking turns incubating them.
It's about three-fifths as big as a Human Stomach.
It's about two times as big as a Blood Donation.
It's about two times as big as a STARBUCKS Venti Coffee.
In other words, the size of a STARBUCKS Venti Coffee is 0.50 times 120.50 centiliters.A STARBUCKS Venti coffee drink measures 59 centiliters. The name of the size, Venti, is the Italian word for twenty.
It's about three-and-a-half times as big as a Baseball (packed).
In other words, 120.50 centiliters is 3.66584270 times the size of a Baseball (packed), and the size of a Baseball (packed) is 0.272788570 times that amount.(64% packing density) (MLB rules)
Per Major League Baseball rules, a baseball must measure between about 20.1733340 centiliters and 21.9015750 centiliters. A major league pitcher can throw a fastball at up to 150 kph (91 mph).
It's about one-fourth as big as a Bowling Ball.
In other words, 120.50 centiliters is 0.228681218480 times the size of a Bowling Ball, and the size of a Bowling Ball is 4.37289956140 times that amount.(USBC specifications; tenpin)
According to United States Bowling Congress specifications, a tenpin bowling ball should measure at least 10.795 cm (4.25 in) in radius for a total volume of about 526.934397150 centiliters. Because regulation balls measure the same diameter irrespective of their weight, ball density varies by size and balls weighing less than about 5 kg (11 lbs) will float in water.
It's about one-fifth as big as The Blood in a Human Body.
In other words, the size of The Blood in a Human Body is 5 times 120.50 centiliters.(for 70 kg body; average altitude; average)
The volume of blood in the average human body is about 500 centiliters. Persons living at high altitude, however, may have up to an additional 200 centiliters of blood to compensate for the lower oxygen level.