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# 125 mL to Cups

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## How to Convert 125 mL to Cups?

To change 125 mL to cups we must divide the volume in milliliters by the cup size:

The 125 mL to cups formula is [cups] = 125 / cup size.

Thus, we get the following results:

125 mL to cups =

• 0.52834 US customary cups
• 0.52083 United States legal cups
• 0.5 Metric cups
• 0.43994 Imperial cups

Note that these results for 125 mL to cups have been rounded to five decimals.

If you are unsure which cup unit you have check our home page.

Make sure to understand that the substance or food doesn’t go into the equation because the density is irrelevant for a volume to volume conversion like 125 mls to cups.

It follows that 125 mL water to cups is the same as, for example, 125 mL milk to cups.

In any case, to get 125mL in cups you need to know which cup size you have, then you can either apply the formula or use our app which can change any volume.

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## 125 Milliliters in Cups

Reading our article so far you already know that 125 milliliters is equivalent to 0.52834 United States customary cups, 0.52083 US legal cups and 0.5 metric cups for example.

Therefore, a question like 125 mL equals how many cups should no longer challenge you.

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• How much is 125 mL?
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As you already know, the answer depends on the type of cup you have.

## 125 mL to Cups Conversion Summary

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– Article written by Mark, last updated on March 13th, 2024