### Understanding Milliliters (ml) and Cups

#### How many ml in a cup?

A cup is equivalent to 237 ml. If you’re faced with a recipe using different units, our ml to cups converter can come in handy.

#### Converting ml to cups and vice versa

To convert ml to cups, divide the ml amount by 237: amount in cups = amount in ml / 237. To convert cups to ml, multiply the cup amount by 237: amount in ml = amount in cups × 237.

### How to Use the Converter

1. Access the Converter Panel:
• On the left side of the page, locate the converter panel.
2. Default Values:
• The default value shows 237 ml in one cup.
3. Converting ml to Cups:
• Replace the default 237 with the desired ml value for conversion.
4. Converting Cups to ml:
• Enter your desired cup value in the second row, labeled “Cup(s).”
5. Result:
• Instantly obtain the converted value, making conversions hassle-free.

### Conversion Chart

Here’s a quick reference for common conversions:

Q: How do I convert 200 ml to cups?

• Divide 200 ml by 237: 200/237 ≈ 0.84 cups.

Q: How do I convert 2/3 cup to ml?

• Use the conversion equation: (237 ml/cup) × (2/3 cups) = 158 ml.

Q: How do I measure ml without a measuring cup?

• Options include using teaspoons, tablespoons, standard glasses (250 ml full, 125 ml half), a kitchen scale (1 g = 1 ml), or an empty bottle with a known volume.

### Understanding ml in Comparison to Cups

One ml is a mere fraction (0.0042) of a cup, with 237 ml constituting one cup. Half a cup equals 119 ml, and two cups equal 474 ml—roughly half a liter. In simpler terms, 100 ml is about 0.42 cups, and 200 ml is approximately 0.84 cups.