IN MATH: 1. n. a unit of measure of volume or liquid equal to 1/2 pint, or one quarter of a quart.

IN ENGLISH: 1. n. a container able to hold about a cup of liquid (often used for drinking). 2. as defined above. 3. v. using hands to form a pocket, cup shaped place. EX. He drank from the pool by cupping his hands and filling them with water.

APPLICATION: See list 160.

1. How many cups are there in a gallon?

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