## How many cups is 150ml?

Convert 150 Milliliters to Cups

mL | cups |
---|---|

150.00 | 0.63401 |

150.01 | 0.63406 |

150.02 | 0.63410 |

150.03 | 0.63414 |

**How many mL is 2/3 cups?**

158 ml

Volume (Dry)

American Standard | Metric |
---|---|

2/3 cup | 158 ml |

3/4 cup | 177 ml |

1 cup | 225 ml |

2 cups or 1 pint | 450 ml |

**How many mL is a cup?**

Volume (liquid) | |
---|---|

1 cup or 8 fluid ounces | 237 ml |

2 cups or 1 pint | 473 ml |

4 cups or 1 quart | 946 ml |

8 cups or 1/2 gallon | 1.9 liters |

### How many mL is half a cup?

Cups and mL conversion chart

Cups (US) | mL |
---|---|

1/2 cup | 118 mL |

2/3 cup | 158 mL |

3/4 cup | 177 mL |

1 cup | 237 mL |

**How can I measure 150 mL?**

While dry cups convert to grams and ounces, liquid cups directly convert to metric milliliters (mL) and liters.

- 1/4 cup = 60 mL.
- 1/3 cup = 70 mL.
- 1/2 cup = 125 mL.
- 2/3 cup = 150 mL.
- 3/4 cup = 175 mL.
- 1 cup = 250 mL.
- 1 1/2 cups = 375 mL.
- 2 cups = 500 mL.

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

Use a kitchen scale. A scale will be useful if you’re cooking or baking without measuring cups. By knowing the weight equivalents or using a volume-to-weight conversion chart, you can weigh your ingredients. One fluid ounce of water by volume is equivalent to one ounce of weight.

## How can I get 3/4 cup?

Most people will find that the easiest way to figure out 3/4 cup is to weigh 6 fluid oz. or measure 12 tbsp. It’s more tedious, but 36 tsp. also works. And, if you have a way of measuring metric, 177 mL is 3/4 cup as well.

**How much mL is a third cup?**

Imperial to Metric Volume Conversions

Imperial | Metric | |
---|---|---|

1 tsp. | = | 4.93 ml. |

1 tbsp. | = | 14.79 ml. |

1/4 cup | = | 59 ml. |

1/3 cup | = | 78 ml. |

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

Convert 150 Milliliters to Glasses

mL | glasses |
---|---|

150.00 | 1.0144 |

150.01 | 1.0145 |

150.02 | 1.0146 |

150.03 | 1.0146 |

### Is a mug 1 cup?

A coffee mug is typically larger than a standard coffee cup, which equals 4 ounces in the U.S.. In fact, a coffee mug can range anywhere from 8 all the way up to 12 ounces or more; therefore, according to most U.S. standard cup sizes, a mug does not equal one cup.