32 fluid ounces correspond to four cups. A cup is equivalent to eight fluid ounces. A pint contains two cups, or 16 ounces, of liquid. The fluid ounce is a unit of volume used in the United States. System of customary weights and measurements
The United States Customary System, generally known as the inch-pound system, consists of over 300 distinct units of measure. Volume is the quantity contained within a three-dimensional space bounded by a container or other sort of boundary. In general, the volume of a container is specified by its capacity.
Despite the fact that the United States has accepted the International System of Units, also known as the metric system, it is not utilised for all sorts of measures. For example, football fields continue to be measured in yards. In the United States, however, running races are commonly measured in metres.