# Tablespoon to mL: How many mL in a tablespoon?

Tablespoons to mls 1 tablespoon = 14.78 ml (U.S.), 17.75 ml (U.K), 20ml (Aus) 2 tablespoons = 29.57 ml (U.S.), 35.51 ml (U.K), 40 ml (Aus) 3 tablespoons = 44.36 ml (U.S.), 53.27 ml (U.K), 60 ml (Aus) Grams to cups: how many grams in a cup? Mls to tablespoons 15mls = 1 tablespoon (U.S.), 0.84 tablespoons (U.K), 0.75 tablespoon (Aus) 20 mls = 1.35 tablespoons (U.S), 1.13 tablespoon (U.K), 1 tablespoon (Aus) 30mls = 2 tablespoons (U.S.), 1.68 tablespoons (U.K), 1.5 tablespoons (Aus) 40 mls = 2.70 tablespoons (U.S.), 2.25 tablespoons (U.K), 2 tablespoons (Aus) 50 mls = 3.38 tablespoons (U.S.), 2.82 tablespoons (U.K), 2.5 tablespoons (Aus) 60 mls = 4 tablespoons (U.S.), 3.38 tablespoons (U.K), 3 tablespoons (Aus) 100 mls = 6.76 tablespoons (U.S.), 5.63 tablespoons (U.K), 5 tablespoons (Aus) 150 mls = 10 tablespoons (U.S.), 8.45 tablespoons (U.K), 7.5 tablespoons (Aus) Otherwise, there is a simple formula for converting tablespoons to mls and vice versa. For an approximate result using U.S. tablespoons, multiply the volume value by 14.787. For U.K. tablespoons, multiply the volume by 17.758. For Australian tablespoons, multiply the volume by 20. It’s also worth noting that the most accurate way to measure a tablespoon is by using a measuring spoon. (If you don’t have one handy, 3 level teaspoons will roughly equate to 1 tablespoon.) Note: the volume of the food you are measuring will always be affected by the density of that specific ingredient. For example, one tablespoon of honey will weigh more than a tablespoon of water. To find out the weight of specific ingredients, you can use this calculator. RELATED:Cups to ml conversion table

4 tablespoons = 59.15 ml (U.S.), 71.03 ml (U.K), 80 ml (Aus) 5 tablespoons = 73.93 ml (U.S.), 88.79 ml (U.K), 100 ml (Aus) 6 tablespoons = 88.72 ml (U.S.), 106.5 ml (U.K), 100 ml (Aus) RELATED:

Tablespoon to mL: How many mL in a tablespoon?

Your quick conversion guide. – by Lottie Dalziel

Many countries differ in the metrics they use for measuring ingredients. This can be really confusing for the humble home cook, especially when you’re needing to adapt an entire recipe. Here, we’ve done the hard part for you and calculated the conversions for tablespoons to millilitres (ml). For convenience, we’ve also listed different metrics (the U.S, U.K and Australian tablespoon):