**What is 150ml to cups? 150 mL is 0.634 cup**. This equals about ⅔ cup or 5.072 fluid ounces. Milliliters can also be abbreviated mL, and are equivalent to cubic centimeters (cc). Get milliliter cup conversion charts to convert measurements of water, milk, and other liquids easily. You’ll also learn the **150 mL to cup** formula, so you’ll never wonder **how many cups is 150 ml** again!

To figure out **how much is 150 mL in cups**, you can use a simple conversion formula for general conversions. We know:

**1 US cup = 236.6 milliliters**

Therefore, here is our conversion ratio for cups to milliliters:

**(X cups)*236.6 = Y milliliters**

Or we can use it to convert milliliters to cups:

**Number of cups = (Number of milliliters)/236.6**

So, to figure out **how much is 150 ml**, we can fill in the mathematical formula:

**150 milliliters/236.6 = Number of cups**

**150 milliliters = 0.634 cups**

In other words, **150 ml is equal to 0.634 cups**. **One milliliter equals 0.00422675 cup**.

According to the Oxford Dictionary, a milliliter is 1/1000^{th} of a liter. A cup is a unit of measurement popular in the United States for cooking, and is equal to 1/16^{th} of a gallon. Both of these are volume measurements typically used for measuring liquids like milk, oil, and water.

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**150 mL to cups**

Here’s a 150 ml cup conversion table, using US customary cups and milliliters (cups are rounded values):

Milliliters (mL) | US Cups (c) |
---|---|

150.0 | 0.634 |

150.1 | 0.634 |

150.2 | 0.635 |

150.3 | 0.635 |

150.4 | 0.636 |

150.5 | 0.636 |

150.6 | 0.637 |

150.7 | 0.637 |

150.8 | 0.637 |

150.9 | 0.638 |

Here’s a chart to convert other common milliliter measurements to cups (cups are rounded values):

Milliliters (mL) | US Cups (c) |
---|---|

10 | 0.042 |

20 | 0.085 |

40 | 0.169 |

60 | 0.254 |

80 | 0.338 |

100 | 0.423 |

120 | 0.507 |

140 | 0.592 |

160 | 0.676 |

180 | 0.761 |

200 | 0.845 |

220 | 0.930 |

240 | 1.014 |

**What is 1 cup in ml US?**

You need 236.6 mL for 1 cup. This is usually rounded to 240 mL for practical use.

**Is 100 ml half a cup?**

No, 100ml equals 0.423 cup. 120mL is closer to ½ cup.

**Is 125ml half cup?**

No, 125mL equals 0.528 cup. 120 mL is approximately a half cup.

**Is 200 mL a cup?**

No, 200mL equals 0.845 cup. 240 mL is approximately equal to one cup.

**What is the ml of ½ cup?**

½ cup equals about 120mL.

**What is half of ¼ cup in mL?**

Half of ¼ cup equals ⅛ cup, or 0.125 cup. ⅛ cup equals about 30 mL.

**How many glasses of water is 150ml?**

Is a glass of water 150ml? Most glasses of water are larger than 150mL, since 150mL is only about ⅔ cup in volume.

**How many ml is a cup of water?**

A cup of water is about 236.6 ml (typically rounded up to 240ml).

**How many ml is a small cup?**

A small cup that holds 6 US fluid ounces (fl oz) equals 177.44 ml. Many actual drinking cups hold 8-12 ounces or more (240-360 mL).

**How can I measure 150ml of water without a measuring cup? **

How can I measure 150ml without a measuring cup? To measure volume without a measuring cup, use a kitchen scale, measuring spoons, or a syringe. Here are the conversion factor measurements you need:

- 150 mL water equals 150 grams (measured on a scale)
- 150 mL liquid equals about 10 tablespoons or 30.4 teaspoons (US)
- Syringes and lab beakers are often marked with milliliter measurements, so you should be all set.

**What is 150 mL equal to in ounces?**

150 mL equals about 5.07 fluid ounces (fl oz). The number of ounces dry weight that 150ml equals depends on the item being measured. 150 mL water equals about 5 ounces in weight.

**150 ml of water in cups**

The US tends to use a 240mL sized cup measuring cup. Canada, the United Kingdom, and the rest of the world using the metric system tend to use a 250mL cup measuring cup. This difference can impact our 150 cc to cups conversion.

Here is a kitchen conversion chart for converting **150 mL of milk to cups **(as well as yogurt, water, and other liquids):

Unit of Measurement | 150 mL (milliliters, cc) |
---|---|

US Customary Cups | 0.634 |

US Legal Cups | 0.625 |

Metric Cups | 0.6 |

Imperial Cups | 0.528 |

Imperial Pints | 0.264 |

Imperial Gallons | 0.033 |

**FAQs**

**Is 150g half a cup?**When comparing weight measurements (like grams) to volume units (like cups), the conversion depends on what’s being measured. For water, 150g is closer to ⅔ cup.

**Is 150mg the same as 1 mL?**For water, 150mg equals 0.15 mL.

**Is 150g a ml?**For water, 150g equals 150mL. This conversion varies depending on what’s measured.

**How many milligrams are in 1 cup?**There are approximately 236,600 mg in 1 cup of water. The different densities of materials mean we can’t have one mg to cups converter that works for all ingredients.

**How much is 150 ml of water?**150ml water is 0.634 cup (about ⅔ cup), 5.072 fl oz, 150 grams, 10 tablespoons, or 30.4 teaspoons.

**What’s 150ml to tbsp?**The 150 ml to tablespoons is there are about 10 tablespoon in 150ml.

**What’s 150 ml to oz?**What’s the 150 ml conversion to ounces? 150mL equals 5.072 ounces. Please note this is for fluid ounces. The ounces of weight in 150ml depends on the density of what you’re measuring.

**What’s 150 ml flour to cups?**150ml flour equals 0.634 cup of flour, just like for liquids.

**What’s 150 ml oil to cups?**150ml oil equals 0.634 cup.

**What’s 150 ml to grams?**150 ml to gram depends on what’s being measured. For example, 150 ml water weighs 150 grams. 150 ml butter in grams is about 143 grams.

**What’s 300 ml to cups?**There are about 1.268 cups in 300ml. You can round this to 1 ¼ cups in most baking and cooking recipes.

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