# How Many Milliliters in a Cup? Free (c to ml) converter

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## What are Cups?

A cup is a unit of volume primarily used in the United States and the imperial customary measurement system. On the other hand, a metric cup is equivalent to 250 milliliters.

In the United States customary system, a cup is equivalent to 236.5882365 milliliters, which is one-sixteenth of a US customary gallon. Additionally, an 8-fluid ounce cup in the US customary system contains 16 US customary tablespoons or 48 US customary teaspoons.

## What is Milliliter?

A milliliter is a metric unit of volume that is part of the International System of Units (SI). It is represented by the abbreviation “mL” and is equal to one-thousandth of a liter, which is also a unit of volume in the SI system.

In other words, one milliliter is equivalent to one cubic centimeter or 1/1000th of a liter. Additionally, one million milliliters are equal to one cubic meter, which is also represented as “m3”.

## How many milliliters in a cup?

There are different standard measurements for a cup, depending on the country or region. Here are the most common conversions:

• 1 cup (US) = 236.588 milliliters
• 1 cup (Canada) = 250 milliliters
• 1 cup (Australia) = 250 milliliters
• 1 cup (UK) = 284 milliliters

To convert from cups to milliliters, you can use the following formula:

`milliliters = cups x conversion factor`

Example:

If a recipe calls for 2 cups of milk, and you live in the United States, you would need to use `2 x 236.588 = 473.176 milliliters` of milk.

Here is a table that shows the conversions for different cup sizes:

In cooking and baking, accurate measurements are essential for achieving consistent results. Understanding the conversion between cups and milliliters can help you follow recipes from different countries or regions without any confusion.

You can also read “How Many Liters in a Gallon? (gal to l) Calculator

## Relationship between Cups and Milliliter

Although cups and milliliters have distinct differences, they are also interrelated in some ways. Understanding their relationship is relatively simple, much like any other connection.

The Relationship between Cup & Milliliter is represented in the following manner:

1 cup = 236.5882365 ML

1ML = 0.0042267528 Cups.

## FAQ

### Is 125 mL half a cup?

A standard cup measurement varies depending on the country or region where you are located.

½ legal U.S. cup = 120 milliliters
½ customary U.S. cup = 118.3 milliliters
½ imperial cup = 142.07 milliliters
½ metric cup = 125 milliliters

### How Many Milliliters in a Third Cup?

A standard cup measurement varies depending on the country or region where you are located.

1 legal U.S. cup = 240 milliliters
1 customary U.S. cup = 236.59 milliliters
1 imperial cup = 284.13 milliliters
1 metric cup = 250 milliliters

### Is 250ml the same as 1 cup?

A standard cup measurement varies depending on the country or region where you are located.

⅓ legal U.S. cup = 80 milliliters
⅓ customary U.S. cup = 78.86 milliliters
⅓ imperial cup = 94.71 milliliters
⅓ metric cup = 83.33 milliliters

### How Many Milliliters in a Quarter Cup?

A standard cup measurement varies depending on the country or region where you are located.

¼ legal U.S. cup = 60 milliliters
¼ customary U.S. cup = 59.15 milliliters
¼ imperial cup = 71.03 milliliters
¼ metric cup = 62.5 milliliters