How many milliliters (mL) in a cup?
There are a few commonly accepted sizes for cups such as US cup, Metric cup, Imperial cup and the Canadian cup. So, depending on what types of cups are used, the answer to the question of how many milliliters in a cup might be different. If you are converting from US cups to mL, then there are 236.588237 mL in a cup.
The Imperial cups are no longer in use today and replaced by the Metric cups, but if you still need to convert from Imperial cups to mL, then there are 284.13064262 mL in an Imperial cup.
In this converter page, the tables and the converter is based on the US Customary cups and milliliters.
Here is the list of conversion factors from cups to mL:
- 1 US cup = 236.588237 mL
- 1 Metric cup = 250 mL
- 1 Canadian cup = 227.3045 mL
- 1 Imperial cup = 284.13064262 mL
How to convert cups to milliliters?
To convert from cups to milliliters (mL), multiply the cup value by the conversion factor. For example, if converting from US cups to mL, then multiply the cup value by 236.588237.
For example, to find out how many milliliters there are in 2 cups, multiply 236.588237 by 2, that makes 473.176473 mL in 2 cups.
US cups to mL formula
mL = US cup * 236.588237
What is a Cup?
Cup is a cooking measurement volume unit. 1 US cup = 236.588237 mL. 1 Imperial cup = 284.13064262 mL. 1 Metric cup = 250 mL. 1 Canadian cup = 227.3405 mL. The symbol is "c".
To convert from UK, Metric and US cups to milliliters, please visit all volume units conversion.