US customary cup equals 0,236588 l.

- Video – how many cups are in a liter
- Free cups-in-liters conversion chart printable
- Who uses cups, and who liters
- How to calculate how many cups are in a liter?
- Converting cups into liters – the reverse calculation
- Practical examples of converting cups and liters
- How many US legal cups are in a liter
- How many Imperial cups are in a liter
- How many metric cups are in a liter
- How many Canadian cups are in a liter
- How many Japanese cups are in a liter
- How many Australian cups are in a liter
- Rounding the converted cups and liters measurements
- Tips for measuring cups in a liter by hand
- Conclusion – how many cups are in a liter?
- FAQs
- More free kitchen conversions charts

## Video – how many cups are in a liter

## Free cups-in-liters conversion chart printables

To make it easier for you when you are browsing for recipes with different units, we created a **free conversion printable chart** for each cup in common use. Freely choose the one you need, download, print and stick it someplace handy:

## Who uses cups, and who liters

### Liters

A liter is a unit of volume in the International System of Units (SI), which is used as a **universal measurement metric** mostly for liquids in many countries worldwide. A liter is equivalent to 1,000 milliliters or roughly 33.81 fluid ounces.

A decimal-based system provides a consistent and coherent set of units for measuring various physical quantities. The **SI system** was established by the 11th General Conference on Weights and Measures (CGPM) in 1960 and has been adopted by nearly all countries around the globe.

### Cups

In contrast, cups are **a common unit of measurement** used to quantify the volume or capacity of liquid or dry ingredients. The cup is not part of the International System of Units (SI) but is still widely used in some regions, especially in the **United States and a few other countries. **

Cups are regularly used for both wet and dry components when it comes to cooking and baking, providing a **convenient and easy way to measure** amounts, especially for those who don’t have precise tools like kitchen scales.

The confusing part is that** different types of cups** are used as measuring units, and their definitions can vary depending on the **country or region**.

## How to calculate how many cups are in a liter?

Let’s start with the most common US Customary cups.

The formula for how to calculate how many cups are in a liter is pretty straightforward:

US customary cups = liter(s) ÷** 0.2366**

Although one US customary cup equals exactly 0,236588 l, the values for more convenient conversions are often rounded to 0,2366 l (or 0,237 l).

So how do we do this? Multiply the number of cups by the conversion factor of 0,237, and you’ll get the equivalent volume in liters.

**1 liter** ÷ 0,236588 = **4,2267 US customary cups**

## Converting cups into liters – the reverse calculation

If we understand that one US customary cup equals exactly 0,4226757 l, which is usually rounded to 0,4227 cups, then it’s pretty easy to convert cups to liters.

Divide the number of liters by 4.2267, and you’ll get the equivalent measurement in liters. The formula for the conversion looks like this :

US customary cups = l ÷** 4.2267**

therefore,

**1** **US customary** **cup** = **0,236588 l**

Here’s a downloadable and printable conversion table for converting US customary cups to liters (and liters to cups).

## Practical examples of converting cups and liters

Let’s look at some practical examples in order to gain a better understanding of the conversion process:

### EXAMPLE 1: CONVERTING 5 CUPS TO L

Alright, let’s suppose that some grandma is sharing her very special pancake recipe online, but it’s written in cups, and you prefer using liters. No problem! The recipe calls for five cups of milk. To find out how many liters that is, keep in mind that one cup is equivalent to 0.2366 liters. Here we go:

5 cups of milk x 0.2367 liters per cup =1,183 liters of milk

In order to make those scrumptious fluffy pancakes, you’ll need to use approximately 1.2 liters of milk.

### EXAMPLE 2: CONVERTING 1.5 CUPS TO LITERS

Now let’s change a cup measurement that is expressed as a fraction.

Let’s say you’re ready to make some delicious chocolate chip cookies. The instructions call for 1.5 cups of yummy, melty chocolate chips. However, you discover that your measuring cups have been labeled with metric liters.

No worries, there’s no need to be puzzled about how to make the conversion.:

Liters = cup × 0.2367

The result is:

liters = 1.5 cup × 0.2367 = 0,35505 l

Therefore, 1.5 cups of chocolate chips is approximately 0,35505 liters of the same chips.

### EXAMPLE 3: CONVERTING 1.5 LITERS TO CUPS

How you calculate when the recipe calls for a fraction in liters:

Let’s imagine you want to make a refreshing pitcher of homemade lemonade on a hot summer day. The recipe from Greece says to use 1.5 liters of water for this tangy, zesty lemon lemonade. But hold on, your measuring cups are all about those good ol’ cups, and you’re wondering how to flip it to the metric world.

Just remember the conversion factor: 1 liter is roughly** **4,2267 cups. You got this!:

cups = 1.5 liters × 4.2267

The result is:

1.5 liters = 6.34 cups

Thus, 1.5 liters of water are roughly equal to 6.34 cups.

## How many US legal cups are in a liter

The US legal cup is mainly used for **nutritional information** and **dietary guidance** in the United States. It is a specific measurement employed in the country’s nutrition labeling regulations.

In **1824**, the U.S. Congress passed the “**British Imperial Act**,” which formally adopted the British Imperial gallon as the standard gallon in the United States. The act also defined the relationships between various units of measurement, including the cup.

Later the **Code of Federal Regulations regarding the measurements for nutrition labeling** in the United States changed the definition of a cup (and its volume) to 240 ml. The volume is mostly used for nutrition labeling.

Since there are 1000 milliliters in a liter, dividing the number of milliliters by 1000 will give you the equivalent in liters. Therefore, dividing **240 milliliters** by 1000 gets you to exactly **0,24 l**.

Here’s the conversion:

**1 US legal cup** (240 ml) ≈ 240 ml ÷ 1000 ml/liter ≈ **0.24 liters**

**1 liter** (1000 ml) ≈ 1000 ml ÷ 240 ml ≈ **4.1667 cups**

So, 1 US legal cup equals 0.24 liters. Therefore, one liter measures 4.1667 US legal cups.

US Legal Cups | liter | liter | US Legal Cups |
---|---|---|---|

1 cup | 0.24 l | 1.0 l | 4.17 cups |

2 cups | 0.48 l | 1.1 l | 4.58 cups |

3 cups | 0.72 l | 1.2 l | 5.00 cups |

4 cups | 0.96 l | 1.3 l | 5.42 cups |

5 cups | 1.20 l | 1.4 l | 5.83 cups |

6 cups | 1.44 l | 1.5 l | 6.25 cups |

7 cups | 1.68 l | 1.6 l | 6.67 cups |

8 cups | 1.92 l | 1.7 l | 7.08 cups |

9 cups | 2.16 l | 1.8 l | 7.50 cups |

10 cups | 2.40 l | 1.9 l | 7.92 cups |

11 cups | 2.64 l | 2.0 l | 8.33 cups |

12 cups | 2.88 l | 2.1 l | 8.75 cups |

13 cups | 3.12 l | 2.2 l | 9.17 cups |

14 cups | 3.36 l | 2.3 l | 9.58 cups |

15 cups | 3.60 l | 2.4 l | 10.00 cups |

16 cups | 3.84 l | 2.5 l | 10.42 cups |

17 cups | 4.08 l | 2.6 l | 10.83 cups |

18 cups | 4.32 l | 2.7 l | 11.25 cups |

19 cups | 4.56 l | 2.8 l | 11.67 cups |

20 cups | 4.80 l | 2.9 l | 12.08 cups |

## How many Imperial cups are in a liter

The imperial cup is a unit of measurement that has its roots in the British Empire and is still widely utilized in certain regions of the world that have been impacted by British customs (**Commonwealth countries**), including the United Kingdom. In the event that you encounter a recipe that specifies the use of an imperial cup, it is referring to a precise measurement within the imperial system.

An imperial cup measures **284.13 milliliters** or 9.6 fluid ounces. That’s slightly bigger than the US customary cup (240 milliliters) and the metric cup (250 milliliters).

So, to convert a volume **from Imperial cups to liters**, simply multiply the number of cups by 0.284.

**Imperial cup** ≈ **0.284 liter**

For example:

2 Imperial cups x 0.284 liters/cup ≈ 0.568 liters

In the reverse process, when converting **liters to Imperial cups**, you can use the following conversion factor:

**1 liter** = **3.51951 Imperial cups** (rounded to 5 decimal places)

To convert a volume from liters to Imperial cups, divide the number of liters by 0.284.

Number of liters ÷ 0.284 ≈ number of Imperial cups

1 liter ÷ 0.284 ≈ 3.51951 Imperial cups

Imperial Cups | Liters | Liters | Imperial Cups |
---|---|---|---|

1 cup | 0.284 liters | 1.0 liter | 3.52 cups |

2 cups | 0.568 liters | 1.2 liters | 4.224 cups |

3 cups | 0.852 liters | 1.4 liters | 4.928 cups |

4 cups | 1.136 liter | 1.6 liters | 5.632 cups |

5 cups | 1.42 liters | 1.8 liters | 6.336 cups |

6 cups | 1.704 liters | 2.0 liters | 7.04 cups |

7 cups | 1.988 liters | 2.2 liters | 7.744 cups |

8 cups | 2.272 liters | 2.4 liters | 8.448 cups |

9 cups | 2.556 liters | 2.6 liters | 9.152 cups |

10 cups | 2.84 liters | 2.8 liters | 9.856 cups |

11 cups | 3.124 liters | 3.0 liters | 10.56 cups |

12 cups | 3.408 liters | 3.2 liters | 11.264 cups |

13 cups | 3.692 liters | 3.4 liters | 11.968 cups |

14 cups | 3.976 liters | 3.6 liters | 12.672 cups |

15 cups | 4.26 liters | 3.8 liters | 13.376 cups |

16 cups | 4.544 liters | 4.0 liters | 14.08 cups |

17 cups | 4.828 liters | 4.2 liters | 14.784 cups |

18 cups | 5.112 liters | 4.4 liters | 15.488 cups |

19 cups | 5.396 liters | 4.6 liters | 16.192 cups |

20 cups | 5.68 liters | 4.8 liters | 16.896 cups |

21 cups | 5.964 liters | 5.0 liters | 17.6 cups |

## How many metric cups are in a liter

Metric cups, also referred to as “international cups,” are a universally recognized unit of volume within the **metric system**. In contrast to the US customary and Imperial cups, which vary in size, the metric cup is **consistent** worldwide.

A metric cup is equal to exactly **250 milliliter**s. Interestingly, this is slightly bigger than the US customary cup (236,7 milliliters) and smaller than the Commonwealth Imperial cup ( 284.13 milliliters). Quite amazing how measurements can differ depending on the region, don’t you think?

To convert a metric cup to liters for cooking and recipes, you can use the following conversion factor:

**1 metric cup** = **0.25 liters** (rounded to 5 decimal places)

For example: 2 metric cups x 0.25 liters/cup ≈ 0.5 liters

Reversely, to convert liters to metric cups in cooking and recipes, you can use the following relationship:

**1 liter** = **4 metric cups**

To find out the equivalent number of metric cups for a given volume in liters, multiplicate the number of liters by 4.

For example, if you have 2 liters of water and you want to know how many metric cups that is, here’s how you calculate it:

2 liters x 4 cups ≈ 8 metric cups

Metric Cups (cups) | Liters (Approximate) | Liters (Approximate) | Metric Cups (cups) |
---|---|---|---|

1 cup | 0.25 liters | 1.0 liter | 4 cups |

2 cups | 0.5 liters | 1.2 liters | 4.8 cups |

3 cups | 0.75 liters | 1.4 liters | 5.6 cups |

4 cups | 1.0 liter | 1.6 liters | 6.4 cups |

5 cups | 1.25 liters | 1.8 liters | 7.2 cups |

6 cups | 1.5 liters | 2.0 liters | 8 cups |

7 cups | 1.75 liters | 2.2 liters | 8.8 cups |

8 cups | 2.0 liters | 2.4 liters | 9.6 cups |

9 cups | 2.25 liters | 2.6 liters | 10.4 cups |

10 cups | 2.5 liters | 2.8 liters | 11.2 cups |

11 cups | 2.75 liters | 3.0 liters | 12 cups |

12 cups | 3.0 liters | 3.2 liters | 12.8 cups |

13 cups | 3.25 liters | 3.4 liters | 13.6 cups |

14 cups | 3.5 liters | 3.6 liters | 14.4 cups |

15 cups | 3.75 liters | 3.8 liters | 15.2 cups |

16 cups | 4.0 liters | 4.0 liters | 16 cups |

17 cups | 4.25 liters | 4.2 liters | 16.8 cups |

18 cups | 4.5 liters | 4.4 liters | 17.6 cups |

19 cups | 4.75 liters | 4.6 liters | 18.4 cups |

20 cups | 5.0 liters | 4.8 liters | 19.2 cups |

## How many Canadian cups are in a liter

The standard Canadian cup measurement is slightly different from the US customary cup and the UK/Commonwealth cup. The Canadian cup is approximately **227.3 milliliters** or around 7.68 fluid ounces, making it marginally smaller than the legal US cup, which measures 240 milliliters.

Therefore, when using a recipe from a Canadian source or exploring Canadian cuisine, it’s important to be mindful that the measurements might be based on the Canadian cup.

To convert **Canadian cups to liters**, you can apply the following conversion factor:

**1 liter** = **4.39918 Canadian cups** (rounded to five decimals)

To perform the conversion, simply divide the number of cups by 4.39918.

Here’s an example: 2 Canadian cups ÷ 4.39918 ≈ 0.45535 liters

Conversely, to convert **liters to Canadian cups**, you can use the subsequent conversion factor:

**1 Canadian cup** = **0.2273 liters**

To execute the conversion, divide the volume in liters by 0.2273.

For example, 2 liters ÷ 0.2273 ≈ 5.2788 Canadian cups

Canadian Cups | Liters | Liters | Canadian Cups |
---|---|---|---|

1 cup can | 0.227 liters | 1.0 liter | 4.399 cups can |

2 cups can | 0.454 liters | 1.2 liters | 5.2788 cups can |

3 cups can | 0.681 liters | 1.4 liters | 6.1586 cups can |

4 cups can | 0.908 liter | 1.6 liters | 7.0384 cups can |

5 cups can | 1.135 liters | 1.8 liters | 7.9182 cups can |

6 cups can | 1.362 liters | 2.0 liters | 8.7980 cups can |

7 cups can | 1.589 liters | 2.2 liters | 9.6778 cups can |

8 cups can | 1.816 liters | 2.4 liters | 10.5576 cups can |

9 cups can | 2.043 liters | 2.6 liters | 11.4374 cups can |

10 cups can | 2.270 liters | 2.8 liters | 12.3172 cups can |

11 cups can | 2.497 liters | 3.0 liters | 13.1970 cups can |

12 cups can | 2.724 liters | 3.2 liters | 14.0768 cups can |

13 cups can | 2.951 liters | 3.4 liters | 14.9566 cups can |

14 cups can | 3.178 liters | 3.6 liters | 15.8364 cups can |

15 cups can | 3.405 liters | 3.8 liters | 16.7162 cups can |

16 cups can | 3.632 liters | 4.0 liters | 17.5960 cups can |

17 cups can | 3.859 liters | 4.2 liters | 18.4758 cups can |

18 cups can | 4.086 liters | 4.4 liters | 19.3556 cups can |

19 cups can | 4.313 liters | 4.6 liters | 20.2354 cups can |

20 cups can | 4.540 liters | 4.8 liters | 21.1152 cups can |

21 cups can | 4.767 liters | 5.0 liters | 21.9950 cups can |

## How many Japanese cups are in a liter

In Japan, the **“gō”** cup is a widely used measurement unit for cooking and baking.

The traditional Japanese used to measure 180.4 ml in 1891** **and it** **is still used for measuring rice and sake. Later the official volume of the cup was changed; therefore, today, the Japanese cup holds **200 milliliters** or 0.2 liters.

Japanese cup is **smaller** than the US customary or metric cups, and it’s a perfect example of how various countries and regions have different culinary traditions when it comes to measuring cups.

To convert a **Japanese cup to liters**, the only essential thing is to know the conversion factor. Luckily, the magic number is 0.2. By dividing the number of Japanese cups by 5, you can easily obtain the equivalent value in liters.

**Liter** ≈ **Japanese cups x 5**

Example:

2 Japanese cups ÷ 5 ≈ 0.4 liters

Now that you understand how to convert Japanese cups to liters, let’s reverse the process and convert **liters to Japanese cups**. The conversion factor is, once again, 0.2. Divide the volume in liters by 0.2, and you’ll have the equivalent number of Japanese cups.

**1 liter** ÷ 0.2 ≈ **5 Japanese cups**

Japanese Cups | Liters | Liters | Japanese Cups |
---|---|---|---|

1 cup | 0.2 liters | 1.0 liter | 5 cups |

2 cups | 0.4 liters | 1.2 liters | 6 cups |

3 cups | 0.6 liters | 1.4 liters | 7 cups |

4 cups | 0.8 liters | 1.6 liters | 8 cups |

5 cups | 1.0 liter | 1.8 liters | 9 cups |

6 cups | 1.2 liters | 2.0 liters | 10 cups |

7 cups | 1.4 liters | 2.2 liters | 11 cups |

8 cups | 1.6 liters | 2.4 liters | 12 cups |

9 cups | 1.8 liters | 2.6 liters | 13 cups |

10 cups | 2.0 liters | 2.8 liters | 14 cups |

11 cups | 2.2 liters | 3.0 liters | 15 cups |

12 cups | 2.4 liters | 3.2 liters | 16 cups |

13 cups | 2.6 liters | 3.4 liters | 17 cups |

14 cups | 2.8 liters | 3.6 liters | 18 cups |

15 cups | 3.0 liters | 3.8 liters | 19 cups |

16 cups | 3.2 liters | 4.0 liters | 20 cups |

17 cups | 3.4 liters | 4.2 liters | 21 cups |

18 cups | 3.6 liters | 4.4 liters | 22 cups |

19 cups | 3.8 liters | 4.6 liters | 23 cups |

20 cups | 4.0 liters | 4.8 liters | 24 cups |

## How many Australian cups are in a liter

While many countries have their own cup measurements, Australians embrace the Australian cup, also referred to as the metric cup. Holding 250 ml of liquid, this measurement too sets itself apart from the 237 ml US customary cup and the 284 ml Commonwealth cup.

The adoption of the Australian cup measurement was primarily driven by Australia’s transition to the metric system in the 1970s. As a part of this change, the nation adopted the use of metric measurements, which included the metric cup.

Converting Australian cups to liters is a simple process. The **conversion factor is 0.25**, as one liter contains four Australian cups. To convert, divide the number of cups by 4.

**1 liter** ≈ 0.25 (Australian cup) x 4 ≈ **4 Australian cups**

**1 Australian cup** ≈ 1 liter ÷ 4 ≈ **0.25 l**

Example:

2 Australian cups ÷ 4 ≈ 0.5 liters

So, 2 Australian cups are approximately equal to 0.5 liters.

2 liters x 4 = 8 Australian cups

Thus, two liters are equal to 8 Australian cups.

Australian Cups (cups) | Liters (Approximate) | Liters (Approximate) | Australian Cups (cups) |
---|---|---|---|

1 cup | 0.25 liters | 1.0 liter | 4 cups |

2 cups | 0.5 liters | 1.2 liters | 4.8 cups |

3 cups | 0.75 liters | 1.4 liters | 5.6 cups |

4 cups | 1.0 liter | 1.6 liters | 6.4 cups |

5 cups | 1.25 liters | 1.8 liters | 7.2 cups |

6 cups | 1.5 liters | 2.0 liters | 8 cups |

7 cups | 1.75 liters | 2.2 liters | 8.8 cups |

8 cups | 2.0 liters | 2.4 liters | 9.6 cups |

9 cups | 2.25 liters | 2.6 liters | 10.4 cups |

10 cups | 2.5 liters | 2.8 liters | 11.2 cups |

11 cups | 2.75 liters | 3.0 liters | 12 cups |

12 cups | 3.0 liters | 3.2 liters | 12.8 cups |

13 cups | 3.25 liters | 3.4 liters | 13.6 cups |

14 cups | 3.5 liters | 3.6 liters | 14.4 cups |

15 cups | 3.75 liters | 3.8 liters | 15.2 cups |

16 cups | 4.0 liters | 4.0 liters | 16 cups |

17 cups | 4.25 liters | 4.2 liters | 16.8 cups |

18 cups | 4.5 liters | 4.4 liters | 17.6 cups |

19 cups | 4.75 liters | 4.6 liters | 18.4 cups |

20 cups | 5.0 liters | 4.8 liters | 19.2 cups |

## Rounding the converted cups and liters measurements

Here’s how you can incorporate rounding for smoother and more user-friendly measurements:

When converting from **cups to liters**:

- Round the converted value to two decimal places for most recipes. For example, if the exact conversion is 0.56826 liters, round it to 0.57 liters for ease of use.

When converting from **liters to cups**:

- Round the converted value to the nearest whole number or half, depending on the desired precision. For instance, if the exact conversion is 4.39918 cups, round it to 4 cups for a whole number or 4.4 cups for a more precise measurement.

## Tips for measuring cups in a liter by hand

If you prefer not to rely on conversion factors and instead measure the values manually, sometimes that can prove itself a helpful skill. Here are some tips to help you achieve accurate measurements:

**Remember the volume of a liter:** Get familiar with the volume of one liter, which equals 1000 milliliters. Take a look at how one liter of water, milk or flour appears in a container. This will assist you in visualizing the amount you need to measure accurately.

**Use a reference container:** If possible, find a container that holds exactly one liter of liquid. It could be a measuring jug, a bottle, or any other vessel with clear volume markings. This container will serve as your reference point for estimating one liter.

**Divide visually:** If you don’t have a reference container, you can divide the volume visually. Picture the liter as four equal portions or quarters. Each part is roughly 250 milliliters, which is equal to one metric cup.

**The pinch method:** When measuring smaller quantities, use your thumb and index finger to create a pinch with approximately 50 milliliters of liquid. This can be a rough measurement for smaller portions, such as a quarter cup.

**Calibrate with standard tools:** If you have standard measuring cups at home, use them to calibrate your hand measurements. Pour a cup of liquid into your hand, and then pour it into a container. Repeat this process to refine your skills.

Remember that measuring by hand can be convenient, but it **may not always be as accurate** as using proper measuring tools. For the precise following of recipes when cooking and baking, consider investing in reliable measuring cups and spoons.

## Conclusion – how many cups are in a liter?

We’ve explored the uniqueness of different cup measures used in different countries and shown how to convert them into liters and vice versa. With so many **different cups in use**, there is no simple answer to that question.

Diving a bit into the history of metrication, we uncovered the reasons behind the adoption of different cup measures worldwide.

I hope your head is no longer spinning when using a foreign recipe. And I completely agree with the idea of using a **universal type of cup** for everyone worldwide!

Remember, **rounding** the converted cup and liter values to two decimal places or the nearest whole number allows you to incorporate these measurements into your recipes a little bit easier.

Sometimes, when needing a quick conversion, using an **online converter** is ok, but these will most often convert a liter into US customary cups only.

If you cook a lot and need to convert cups to liters and vice versa frequently, we find using **free printable kitchen conversion charts**, not a bad idea at all!

Of course, feel free to print the ones you need:

US Customary cups to liters and vice versa

US Legal cups to liters and vice versa

Imperial cups to liters and vice versa

Metric cups to liters and vice versa

Canadian cups to liters and vice versa

Australian cups to liters and vice versa

Japanese cups to liters and vice versa

## FAQs

**Why should I even know how many cups are in a liter**?

It is essential to be aware of the cups-to-liters conversion when cooking or baking internationally and when trying out recipes from different areas.

**Can I use an online conversion tool to calculate cups in a liter**?

Yes, but be aware that most online conversion tools offer mostly the conversion from US customary and metric cups to liters.

**?**

**Can I use cups and liters interchangeably in recipes**It’s essential to use consistent units in recipes for accurate results. Converting measurements correctly ensures the recipe turns out as intended.

**How many cups are in a liter of water**?

It depends on which cup you are using. There are 4.22675 US customary cups, 4.16667 US legal cups, 4 metric cups, 3.51951 Imperial cups, 4 Australian cups and 5 Japanese cups in one liter of water.

**How many cups are in a liter of flour?**

In a liter of flour, there are 4.22675 US customary cups, 4.16667 US legal cups, four metric cups, 3.51951 Imperial cups, four Australian cups and five Japanese cups.

**How many cups is one liter of milk?**

Depending on the country or region, one liter of milk equals to:

- 4.22675 US customary cups,
- 4.16667 US legal cups,
- 4 metric cups,
- 3.51951 Imperial cups,
- 4 Australian cups and
- 5 Japanese cups.

**How many cups of coffee are in a liter?**

There are approximately 4.23 cups of coffee per liter when using a standard eight fl oz cup size. Remember that if you are using a different cup size, the number of cups of coffee in a liter will vary accordingly.

**How many cups are in a 2-liter bottle of soda?**

There are approximately 1.76 US customary cups, 1.73 US legal cups, eight metric cups, 1.48 Imperial cups, 8.8 Canadian cups, 8 Australian cups or 10 Japanese cups in two liters of soda.

**How many cups of rice are in four liters?**

Depending on the cup you are using, there are approximately 16.91 US customary cups, 16.65 US legal cups,14.11 Imperial cups, 16 metric cups, 17.6 Canadian cups, 16 Australian cups or 20 Japanese cups of rice in four liters.

**How many drops are in a liter?**

The “drop” measurement is not fixed and can vary depending on the container or suction device used. However, a standard dropper in medicinal applications is commonly used, where 15 drops equal 1 ml. Using a standard dropper, 1 liter contains approximately 15,000 drops.

**How many 8 oz cups are in a liter?**

One liter is equal to approximately 4.22675 cups. So, in a liter, there are 4.22675 eight-ounce cups. When rounding the value, approximately four eight-ounce cups are in a liter.

**How many 7 oz cups are in a liter?**

One liter is equal to approximately 33.814 fluid ounces. Therefore, there are approximately 4.83 (rounded to the nearest whole number) 7 oz cups in a liter.

**How many 18 oz cups are in a liter?**

One liter is equal to approximately 33.814 fluid ounces (fl oz). There are approximately 1.878 of 18 oz cups in a liter.

**Cups in a liter with decimal values (fluid ounces included)**

Cup | Liter | Fluid Ounce |
---|---|---|

1.0 cup | 0.2366 liter | 8.0 |

1.1 cups | 0.2613 liter | 8.8 |

1.2 cups | 0.2859 liter | 9.6 |

1.3 cups | 0.3106 liter | 10.4 |

1.4 cups | 0.3353 liter | 11.2 |

1.5 cups | 0.36 liter | 12.0 |

1.6 cups | 0.3846 liter | 12.8 |

1.7 cups | 0.4093 liter | 13.6 |

1.8 cups | 0.434 liter | 14.4 |

1.9 cups | 0.4586 liter | 15.2 |

2.0 cups | 0.4833 liter | 16.0 |

2.1 cups | 0.508 liter | 16.8 |

2.2 cups | 0.5326 liter | 17.6 |

2.3 cups | 0.5573 liter | 18.4 |

2.4 cups | 0.582 liter | 19.2 |

2.5 cups | 0.6066 liter | 20.0 |

2.6 cups | 0.6313 liter | 20.8 |

2.7 cups | 0.656 liter | 21.6 |

2.8 cups | 0.6807 liter | 22.4 |

2.9 cups | 0.7053 liter | 23.2 |

3.0 cups | 0.73 liter | 24.0 |

3.1 cups | 0.7546 liter | 24.8 |

3.2 cups | 0.7793 liter | 25.6 |

3.3 cups | 0.804 liter | 26.4 |

3.4 cups | 0.8287 liter | 27.2 |

3.5 cups | 0.8533 liter | 28.0 |

3.6 cups | 0.878 liter | 28.8 |

3.7 cups | 0.9026 liter | 29.6 |

3.8 cups | 0.9273 liter | 30.4 |

3.9 cups | 0.952 liter | 31.2 |

4.0 cups | 0.9766 liter | 32.0 |

4.1 cups | 1.001 liter | 32.8 |

4.2 cups | 1.0256 liter | 33.6 |

4.3 cups | 1.0503 liter | 34.4 |

4.4 cups | 1.075 liter | 35.2 |

4.5 cups | 1.0997 liter | 36.0 |

4.6 cups | 1.1243 liter | 36.8 |

4.7 cups | 1.149 liter | 37.6 |

4.8 cups | 1.1737 liter | 38.4 |

4.9 cups | 1.1983 liter | 39.2 |

5.0 cups | 1.223 liter | 40.0 |

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## HOW MANY CUPS ARE IN A LITER

### EQUIPMENT

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### INGREDIENTS

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### INSTRUCTIONS

- First you need to know the conversion factor between cups and liters. The
**conversion factor**for cups to liters is approximately 1 cup =**0.2366 liters**(rounded to four decimal places). - To find the number of cups in one liter, simply
**divide 1 liter by the conversion factor:****Number of cups in one liter**= 1 liter ÷ 0.2366 liters/cup ≈**4.23 cups** - To convert
**cups to liters**,**multiply the number of cups**by the conversion factor:**Liters in one cup**= 1 cup x 0.2366 =**0.2366 l**

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### NOTES

**US Legal Cups:**1 liter ≈ 1 / 0.24 ≈ 4.1667 cups

**Imperial Cups:**1 liter ≈ 1 / 0.2841 ≈ 3.5195 cups

**Metric Cups:**1 liter ≈ 1 / 0.25 ≈ 4 cups

**Canadian Cups:**1 liter ≈ 1 / 0.227 ≈ 4.4053 cups

**Australian Cups:**1 liter ≈ 1 / 0.25 ≈ 4 cups

**Japanese Cups:**1 liter ≈ 1 / 0.2 ≈ 5 cups

Flutter Funsays:Wow, really interesting post. Thanks for sharing this.

MariamaAuthor says:Thanks, I’m glad you liked it. It might be a bit long, but when you’re in a situation that you need to know how many Canadian cups are in a litre, then I guess it gets useful very quickly 🙂

chickenrubysays:I get so confused with cup sizes. I still use lb’s and ozs when I’m baking. Thank you for joining in with #pocolo

MariamaAuthor says:I believe we are on the same boat! That’s why I made the printables, for each type of cups. It’s crazy, each time you want to use the recipe you basicaly need to dig out which cups did they use in the istruction.

Esmé Slabbertsays:This is an awesome list of conversions you have here. Very useful for any baker and foodie.

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MariamaAuthor says:Thanks Esme, feel free to use printable conversion charts.

Helen at the Lazy Gastronomesays:Great idea – I live by conversion charts of all kinds! Thanks for sharing at the What’s for Dinner party. Have a fantastic week!

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MariamaAuthor says:You won’t believe it, but there are even more cups in use, like 118 ml and 148 ml coffee cup and several Russian cups 🙂