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**150 milliliters (abbreviated mL) is equal to 0.634 cups.** This amount is approximately equivalent to 5.072 ounces. A single cup contains 8 ounces or 236.59 milliliters.

To convert milliliters to cups, the amount of milliliters needs to be divided by 236.59. For example, 150 milliliters divided into 236.59 yields 0.634 cups. If someone had 400 milliliters, 400 divided into 236.59 provides an amount of 1.691 cups.

To convert cups to milliliters, the amount of cups is multiplied by 236.59. If someone has 4 cups, 4 multiplied by 236.59 equals 946.36 millimeters. Someone with 1/2 cup has 118.295 milliliters (the result of 0.5 multiplied by 236.59).

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