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What is 4 ounces equal to?

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Four ounces is equal to 1/2 cup and 1/4 pint. It is also equal to 8 tablespoons and 24 teaspoons. Four ounces is the equivalent of 1/4 of a pound, so it also equals one stick of butter.

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What is 4 ounces equal to?
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Other equivalents of 4 ounces are 1/8 quart and 1/32 gallon. There is a less-often-used measurement in the United States system of measurement called the gill, pronounced as "jill." It is a liquid measurement that is equal to 4 ounces or 1/2 cup. It originated in the 1300s as a measurement for whiskey or wine and was the equivalent of a serving of the beverage.

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