Cups to ounces conversion factors (US and metric cups into fluid ounces) are listed below. To find out how many ounces in a cup, multiply by the conversion factors or use the converter. If scroll down, you may also create and print your own custom conversion table create your table.
1 Cup [US] = 8 Ounces [Fluid, US]
1 Cup [US] = 8.326742 Ounces [Fluid, UK]
1 Cup [Metric] = 8.7988 Ounces [Fluid, UK]
There are 8 ounces in a cup. To convert cups to ounces, multiply the cup value by 8 (conversion factor). For example, to find out how many ounces in a cup and a half, multiply 1.5 cup by 8, that makes 1.5 * 8 = 12 ounces in a cup and a half.
UK and Canada now use metric cups instead of the traditional imperial and the Canadian cups. An imperial cup is 1/2 of an imperial pint or 10 imperial fl. ounces (284.1 ml). A Canadian cup is 8 imperial fl. ounces (227.3 ml.).
For US cups, there are 2 fl.oz in a quarter (1/4) cup, about 2.6 fl. oz in 1/3 cup, 5.3 fl. oz in 2/3 cup and 6 fl. oz in 3/4 cup.
Cup is US customary and metric system volume unit. A metric cup is 250 ml (1/4 litre). A US cup is half of a pint and there are 8 fluid ounces (236.6 ml), 16 tablespoons or 48 teaspoons in a cup. The abbreviation for cup is "c".
Fluid ounce is an imperial and US customary volume unit. 1 US fl. ounce is 29.5 ml. and 1 imperial (UK) fl. ounce is 28.4 ml. The abbreviation for fluid ounce is "fl oz".