## What is 200 ml?

200 milliliters is equal to 3.38 fluid ounces, or a little more than a cup of liquid. 200 ml can be used as a unit for measuring volume in the metric system, and it’s also one of the standards for liquid measure in both imperial and US customary systems. 200 mL is sometimes written with an “mL” abbreviation instead of “ml.”

When 200 ml is used as a unit of volume measurement, it usually refers to water or some other liquid. 200 ml is also the maximum capacity for many small drink containers, like coffee cups and soft drink cans. In cooking, **200 ml** is about the right amount of liquid to cook pasta in, or to use in a cake recipe. Depending on what’s being cooked, though, more or less than 200 ml might be needed.

There are quite a few things that 200 ml can be compared to: it takes up about one-seventh of a liter; it’s equivalent to just over two-thirds of an imperial cup or just under three-quarters of a US customary cup; and it weighs around 230 grams. 200 ml is also about 200 milliliters. 200 ml can be abbreviated as “200 mL.”

**How much liquid is 200 ml?**

200 ml is a little over a cup of water, the maximum amount allowed in many small drink containers, and one-seventh of a liter. It’s equivalent to 200 grams or 230 grams when measuring weight. One-seventh of a liter equals 200 milliliter so it weighs approximately that too! 200 ml is abbreviated as “200 mL.”

200 mL is also the same as 200 milliliters. 200 ml is just a little over a cup of water! When measuring volume, it’s usually used for liquids such as water or other beverages. It can also be used when cooking certain foods that need a specific amount of liquid to work properly. 200 cc would be the same thing! Depending on what you’re cooking, more or less than 200 ml might be needed though.

**So 200 ml is equal to how many cups?**

200 mL is equal to about three-quarters of a US customary cup or two-thirds of an imperial cup. It can also be abbreviated down to “200 cc.” When measuring volume, it’s usually used for liquids such as water or other beverages.

So there you have it – everything you need to know about 200 ml! Keep this post in mind the next time you need to measure out a specific amount of liquid. **200 mL** is a little more than a cup, and it’s equivalent to 200 grams or 230 grams when measuring weight. When abbreviating, remember to use an “mL” not a “ml”!

**So what are some things that 200 ml is equal to?**

200 milliliters (mL) is the same as 200 cubic centimeters. So 200 cc’s would be the same thing!

-200 mL is also about one-seventh of a liter

-It takes up about one-seventh of a liter

-It’s equivalent to just over two-thirds of an imperial cup or just under three-quarters of a US customary cup

-It weighs around 230 grams

– 200 ml is also the maximum capacity for many small drink containers, like coffee cups and soft drink cans. In cooking, 200 ml is about the right amount of liquid to cook pasta in, or to use in a cake recipe. Depending on what’s being cooked, though, more or less than 200 ml might be needed.

So 200 mL is equal to just over two-thirds of an imperial cup or just under three-quarters of a US customary cup! It can also be abbreviated down to “200 cc.” When measuring volume, it’s usually used for liquids such as water or other beverages. When abbreviating, remember to use an “mL” not a “ml”! So 200 mL it is!

– 200 ml is also the maximum capacity for many small drink containers, like coffee cups and soft drink cans. In cooking, 200 ml is about the right amount of liquid to cook pasta in, or to use in a cake recipe. Depending on what’s being cooked, though, more or less than 200 ml might be needed though.

**When abbreviating 200 mL down you’ll want to use an “mL” not an “ml.” So 200 mL it is!**

-200 milliliters (mL) is equal to one seventh of a liter so 200 ml would be equal to just over two thirds of an imperial cup or just under three quarters of a US customary cup -It takes up around one seventh of a liter