›› Convert cup [US] to quart [UK]

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How many cup [US] in 1 quart [UK]? The answer is 4.8037996817149.
We assume you are converting between cup [US] and quart [UK].
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The SI derived unit for volume is the cubic meter.
1 cubic meter is equal to 4226.7528198649 cup [US], or 879.87699319635 quart [UK].
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›› Quick conversion chart of cup [US] to quart [UK]

1 cup [US] to quart [UK] = 0.20817 quart [UK]

5 cup [US] to quart [UK] = 1.04084 quart [UK]

10 cup [US] to quart [UK] = 2.08169 quart [UK]

20 cup [US] to quart [UK] = 4.16337 quart [UK]

30 cup [US] to quart [UK] = 6.24506 quart [UK]

40 cup [US] to quart [UK] = 8.32674 quart [UK]

50 cup [US] to quart [UK] = 10.40843 quart [UK]

75 cup [US] to quart [UK] = 15.61264 quart [UK]

100 cup [US] to quart [UK] = 20.81685 quart [UK]

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›› Definition: Quart

The imperial quart, used for both liquid or dry capacity, is defined as one quarter of an Imperial gallon.

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