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Milliliters to Cups (ml to cups) Converter

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Ml to Cups Converter

Welcome to our milliliters to cups converter page! This tool helps you convert a volume in milliliters (ml) to a volume in cups easily and accurately.

How to Use Ml to Cups Calculator

Using the calculator is simple and straightforward. Follow these detailed steps:

  1. You can enter a value in either the “Volume (ml)” field or the “Volume (cups)” field.
  2. If you enter a value in milliliters, the corresponding volume in cups will be automatically calculated and displayed.
  3. Similarly, if you enter a value in cups, the corresponding volume in milliliters will be automatically calculated and displayed.


The formulas used for the conversions are:

Volume (cups) = Volume (ml) / 237

Volume (ml) = Volume (cups) × 237

Why Use Our Calculator?

Our ml to cups calculator is a handy tool for anyone needing quick and accurate conversions. Whether you are working on a recipe, a school project, or any activity that requires precise measurements, this tool can save you time and ensure accuracy.

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For instance, if you have a volume of 500 ml, the volume in cups would be calculated as follows:

Volume = 500 ml / 237 ≈ 2.11 cups

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Ready to convert? Simply start entering your measurements in either field, and see the results instantly!

About Milliliters to Cups & Conversion Table


Definition: A milliliter (symbol: mL) is a unit of volume in the metric system. It is equal to one-thousandth of a liter, which makes it useful for measuring small volumes of liquids.

History/Origin: The term “milliliter” comes from the metric prefix “milli-” meaning one-thousandth. The metric system was established in France in the late 18th century and has since been adopted globally as the standard system of measurement.


Definition: A cup is a unit of volume commonly used in cooking to measure liquids and bulk foods. The size of a cup varies between different regions and applications. In the United States, one cup is equal to approximately 237 milliliters.

History/Origin: The concept of a cup as a measurement unit dates back to ancient times when containers were used to define quantities. The modern cup used in the United States has its origins in the imperial system of measurements.

Current Use: The cup is primarily used in the United States and other countries that follow the imperial system. It is commonly used in cooking recipes to measure ingredients.

Conversion Formula:
To convert milliliters to cups, use the following formula:
Cups = Milliliters × 0.00422675
This means one milliliter is equal to approximately 0.00422675 cups.
Milliliters [mL]
1 mL
0.0042 cups
2 mL
0.0085 cups
3 mL
0.0127 cups
4 mL
0.0170 cups
5 mL
0.0211 cups
10 mL
0.0423 cups
20 mL
0.0845 cups
50 mL
0.2113 cups
100 mL
0.4227 cups
200 mL
0.8454 cups
300 mL
1.2680 cups
400 mL
1.6906 cups
500 mL
2.1134 cups

ml to Cups Converter FAQs

How do I convert 200 ml to cups?

To convert 200 ml to cups:

1. Know that 1 cup is approximately 237 ml.

2. Use the conversion formula: amount in cups = amount in ml / 237.

3. Apply the formula: 200 ml / 237 ≈ 0.84 cups.

Thus, 200 ml is approximately 0.84 cups.

How do I convert 2/3 cup to ml?

To convert 2/3 cup to ml:

1. Remember that 1 cup is 237 ml.

2. Use the formula: amount in ml = 237 ml × number of cups.

3. Apply the formula: 237 ml × 2/3 ≈ 158 ml.

So, 2/3 cup is approximately 158 ml.

How can I measure ml without a measuring cup?

If you need to measure ml without a measuring cup, try these methods:

1. Use a teaspoon or a tablespoon. A teaspoon is about 5 ml, and a tablespoon is about 15 ml.

2. Use a standard glass. A full glass is about 250 ml, and half a glass is around 125 ml.

3. Use a kitchen scale. When measuring liquids, you can assume that 1 g is roughly equal to 1 ml.

4. Use an empty bottle with a known volume.

How do ml compare to cups?

One milliliter is approximately 1/237 (0.0042) of a cup. Conversely, one cup equals 237 ml.

For reference, half a cup is about 119 ml, and two cups equal 474 ml.

Additionally, 100 ml is about 0.42 cups, and 200 ml is about 0.84 cups.

Can I use your tool to convert between ml and cups?

Yes, our Milliliters to Cups Converter allows you to easily convert between milliliters and cups.

Simply input the volume in milliliters or cups, and the tool will automatically calculate and display the conversion result.

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