The volume conversion tool makes converting between the volume units easy. We automatically display the result in the eight most popular units, but if you need more, click on the unit name to browse through 21 variants.
Have you ever wondered how many cups there are in a pint? Or do you need to calculate the tablespoons in a cup or change pints to quarts? The volume converter can do it for you in real-time.
Choose the unit and convert freely between imperial and metric systems. Our calculator contains:
- cubic millimeters (mm³);
- cubic centimeters (cm³);
- cubic decimeters (dm³);
- cubic meters (m³);
- cubic inches (cu in);
- cubic feet (cu ft);
- cubic yards (cu yd);
- milliliters (ml);
- liters (l);
- gallons (US) / gallons (UK) (gal);
- quarts (US) / quarts (UK) (qt);
- pints (US) / pints (UK) (pt);
- fluid ounces (US) / fluid ounces (UK) (fl oz);
- US customary cups/glasses (236.59ml) (cups);
- tablespoons (15ml) (tablespoons); and
- teaspoons (5ml) (teaspoons).
Don't forget to check other great tools in our collection, such as weight or length converter and the dimensional analysis calculator. If you need the converter for changing weight to volume in a recipe - use the grams to cups or density calculators.
Volume conversion chart
One quick way of changing imperial volume units to the most popular metric, one milliliter, is using this conversion chart:
Common volume measures in milliliters:
CAN & NZ
There are many other volume conversion charts and tables available on the web, but thanks to this calculator, you don't need them anymore.
- cubic millimeters (mm³) - 1 billionth of a liter
- cubic centimeters (cm³) - ml, 1 thousandth of a liter
- cubic decimeters (dm³) - l, 1 thousandth of a cubic meter
- cubic meters (m³) - basic SI unit
- cubic inches (cu in)
- cubic feet (cu ft) - 1728 cubic inches
- cubic yards (cu yd) - 27 cubic feet
- milliliters (ml) - cm³, 1 thousandth of a liter
- liters (l) - dm³, 1 thousandth of a cubic meter
How to find the volume in a different unit?
Let's imagine that you want to bake a cake, but the problem is that the recipe comes from different part of the world. You are used to your standard units, such as cups or pints, but you have no idea how much is 550 ml of milk. What can you do? Put that value in the calculator next to milliliters unit, and immediately you will get the answer in cups (2.32), pints (1.16) or even teaspoons (110) if you wish.