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## Find out how many ml in a cup and how many cups to ml?

### How many **ml to cups**

#### The formula to convert ml to cups is:

#### cups = ml / 237

#### For example, to convert 250 ml to cups, you would divide by 237, which would give you 1.05 cups

### How many **cups to ml** (ml per cup)

#### The formula to convert cups to ml is:

#### ml = cups * 237

#### To convert 1 cup to ml, you would multiply by 237, which would give you 237 ml.

## Converting Cups to Milliliters and Milliliters to Cups

### Milliliters (ml) and cups are both units of volume

, but they are measured in different ways. Ml is a metric unit, while cups are a customary unit. This means that there is no exact conversion between ml and cups.### One cup is approximately equal to 240 ml.

However, this conversion can vary slightly depending on the type of liquid being measured. For example, a cup of water is exactly 240 ml, but a cup of milk is slightly more than 240 ml.- The conversion between ml and cups was first developed in the 19th century. At the time, there was no standard unit of measurement for volume, and different countries used different units. This made it difficult to share recipes and cooking instructions.
- In 1875, the International Bureau of Weights and Measures (BIPM) established the metric system as the international standard for measurement. This led to the adoption of the ml as the standard unit of volume.
- However, the US customary system of measurement is still widely used in the United States. This is why cups are still commonly used to measure volume in American recipes.
- Cups are used in the United States customary system of measurement, while milliliters are used in the metric system.
- Cups are typically used to measure smaller volumes of liquid and dry goods. They are also used in recipes and cooking instructions.
- Milliliters are typically used to measure larger volumes of liquid, especially in scientific and medical applications.
- The word "milliliter" comes from the Latin words "mille," meaning "thousand," and "litra," meaning "pound."
- The word "cup" comes from the Old English word "cuppe," which means "a hollow vessel." It is thought to be related to the Proto-Germanic word "kopp," which means "head" or "round object."

Characteristic | Milliliter (ml) | Cup |
---|---|---|

System of measurement | Metric system | United States customary system of measurement |

Volume | 1/1000 of a liter | 8 fluid ounces |

Usage | Large volumes of liquid, especially in scientific and medical applications | Smaller volumes of liquid and dry goods, especially in recipes and cooking instructions |

## Milliliter to Cups Conversion Table

## Milliliter (ml) | ## Cups (imperial) | ## Cups (metric) |
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## 1 ml | ## 0.004 cup | ## 0.004 cup |

## 5 ml | ## 0.021 cup | ## 0.02 cup |

## 10 ml | ## 0.042 cup | ## 0.04 cup |

## 15 ml | ## 0.063 cup | ## 0.06 cup |

## 20 ml | ## 0.085 cup | ## 0.08 cup |

## 25 ml | ## 0.106 cup | ## 0.1 cup |

## 30 ml | ## 0.127 cup | ## 0.12 cup |

## 40 ml | ## 0.169 cup | ## 0.16 cup |

## 45 ml | ## 0.190 cup | ## 0.18 cup |

## 50 ml | ## 0.211 cup | ## 0.2 cup |

## 60 ml | ## 0.254 cup | ## 0.24 cup |

## 70 ml | ## 0.296 cup | ## 0.28 cup |

## 75 ml | ## 0.317 cup | ## 0.3 cup |

## 80 ml | ## 0.338 cup | ## 0.32 cup |

## 90 ml | ## 0.380 cup | ## 0.36 cup |

## 100 ml | ## 0.423 cup | ## 0.4 cup |

## 125 ml | ## 0.528 cup | ## 0.5 cup |

## 130 ml | ## 0.549 cup | ## 0.52 cup |

## 140 ml | ## 0.592 cup | ## 0.56 cup |

## 150 ml | ## 0.634 cup | ## 0.6 cup |

## 175 ml | ## 0.740 cup | ## 0.7 cup |

## 200 ml | ## 0.845 cup | ## 0.8 cup |

## 210 ml | ## 0.888 cup | ## 0.84 cup |

## 220 ml | ## 0.930 cup | ## 0.88 cup |

## 230 ml | ## 0.972 cup | ## 0.92 cup |

## 240 ml | ## 1.014 cup | ## 0.96 cup |

## 250 ml | ## 1.057 cup | ## 1 cup |

## 280 ml | ## 1.183 cup | ## 1.12 cups |

## 287 ml | ## 1.213 cups | ## 1.148 cups |

## 300 ml | ## 1.268 cups | ## 1.2 cups |

## 330 ml | ## 1.395 cups | ## 1.32 cups |

## 350 ml | ## 1.479 cups | ## 1.4 cups |

## 400 ml | ## 1.691 cups | ## 1.6 cups |

## 450 ml | ## 1.902 cups | ## 1.8 cups |

## 500 ml | ## 2.113 cups | ## 2 cups |

## 550 ml | ## 2.325 cups | ## 2.2 cups |

## 600 ml | ## 2.536 cups | ## 2.4 cups |

## 650 ml | ## 2.747 cups | ## 2.6 cups |

## 700 ml | ## 2.959 cups | ## 2.8 cups |

## 750 ml | ## 3.170 cups | ## 3 cups |

## 800 ml | ## 3.381 cups | ## 3.2 cups |

## 850 ml | ## 3.593 cups | ## 3.4 cups |

## 900 ml | ## 3.804 cups | ## 3.6 cups |

## 946 ml | ## 3.999 cups | ## 3.784 cups |

## 950 ml | ## 4.015 cups | ## 3.8 cups |

## 1000 ml | ## 4.227 cups | ## 4 cups |

## 1500 ml | ## 6.340 cups | ## 6 cups |

## 2000 ml | ## 8.454 cups | ## 8 cups |

## 5000 ml | ## 21.134 cups | ## 20 cups |

## Cups to milliliter Conversion table (cups to ml)

## Cups (imperial) | ## Milliliter (ml) | ## Cups (metric) |
---|---|---|

## 0.25 cup | ## 59.15 ml | ## 0.2841 cup |

## 0.50 cup | ## 118.29 ml | ## 0.5683 cup |

## 0.75 cup | ## 177.44 ml | ## 0.8524 cup |

## 1.0 cup | ## 236.59 ml | ## 1.1365 cups |

## 1.25 cups | ## 295.74 ml | ## 1.4207 cups |

## 1.50 cups | ## 354.88 ml | ## 1.7048 cups |

## 1.75 cups | ## 414.03 ml | ## 1.9889 cups |

## 2 cups | ## 473.18 ml | ## 2.273 cups |

## 2.25 cups | ## 532.32 ml | ## 2.5572 cups |

## 2.5 cups | ## 591.47 ml | ## 2.8413 cups |

## 2.75 cups | ## 650.62 ml | ## 3.1254 cups |

## 3 cups | ## 709.76 ml | ## 3.4096 cups |

## 3.25 cups | ## 768.91 ml | ## 3.6937 cups |

## 3.5 cups | ## 828.06 ml | ## 3.9778 cups |

## 3.75 cups | ## 887.20 ml | ## 4.262 cups |

## 4 cups | ## 946.35 ml | ## 4.5461 cups |

## 4.5 cups | ## 1064.65 ml | ## 5.1144 cups |

## 5 cups | ## 1182.94 ml | ## 5.6826 cups |

## 5.5 cups | ## 1301.23 ml | ## 6.2509 cups |

## 6 cups | ## 1419.53 ml | ## 6.8191 cups |

## 6.5 cups | ## 1537.82 ml | ## 7.3874 cups |

## 7 cups | ## 1656.12 ml | ## 7.9557 cups |

## 7.5 cups | ## 1774.41 ml | ## 8.5239 cups |

## 8 cups | ## 1892.70 ml | ## 9.0922 cups |

## 8.5 cups | ## 2011.00 ml | ## 9.6604 cups |

## 9 cups | ## 2129.29 ml | ## 10.2287 cups |

## 10 cups | ## 2365.88 ml | ## 11.3652 cups |

## 12 cups | ## 2839.06 ml | ## 13.6383 cups |

## 15 cups | ## 3548.82 ml | ## 17.0478 cups |

## 20 cups | ## 4731.76 ml | ## 22.7305 cups |

## 25 cups | ## 5914.70 ml | ## 28.4131 cups |

## Frequently Asked Questions on Millilitre and Cup Conversion

There are 2 types of cup measures - Metric & Imperial cup Imperial cup is the one used in US . 1 Imperial cup = 236.59 ml. 1 Metric cup = 250 mL.

There are 2 types of cup measures - Metric & Imperial cup Imperial cup is the one used in US . 1 Imperial cup = 236.59 ml. 1 Metric cup = 250 mL.

1 Metric cup = 250 mL. Metric is also known as International cup. It is the standard used in countries other than US

1 Metric cup = 250 mL. Metric is also known as International cup. It is the standard used in countries other than US

1 Imperial cup = 236.59 mL. 1 Imperial Cup = 1.136 times a Metric cup.

1 Imperial cup = 236.59 mL. 1 Imperial Cup = 1.136 times a Metric cup.

2.113 cup

2.113 cup

236.59 ml

236.59 ml

0.423 cups.

0.423 cups.

1.057 cups.

1.057 cups.

1.268 cups.

1.268 cups.

3.170 cups.

3.170 cups.

0.845 cups.

0.845 cups.

0.634 cups.

0.634 cups.

1.691 cups.

1.691 cups.

2.536 cups.

2.536 cups.

473.18 ml.

473.18 ml.

0.845 cups.

0.845 cups.

1.014 cups.

1.014 cups.

0.211 cups

0.211 cups

0.507 cups

0.507 cups

1.479 cups

1.479 cups

1.902 cups

1.902 cups

0.528 cups

0.528 cups

0.254 cups

0.254 cups

0.338 cups

0.338 cups

2.959 cups

2.959 cups

0.127 cups

0.127 cups

2.325 cups

2.325 cups