How many megalitre in 1 cubic yard?
The answer is 0.00076455486121558.
We assume you are converting between megaliter and cubic yard.
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The SI derived unit for volume is the cubic meter.
1 cubic meter is equal to 0.001 megalitre, or 1.307950613786 cubic yard.
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››Quick conversion chart of megalitre to cubic yard

1 megalitre to cubic yard = 1307.95061 cubic yard

2 megalitre to cubic yard = 2615.90123 cubic yard

3 megalitre to cubic yard = 3923.85184 cubic yard

4 megalitre to cubic yard = 5231.80246 cubic yard

5 megalitre to cubic yard = 6539.75307 cubic yard

6 megalitre to cubic yard = 7847.70368 cubic yard

7 megalitre to cubic yard = 9155.6543 cubic yard

8 megalitre to cubic yard = 10463.60491 cubic yard

9 megalitre to cubic yard = 11771.55552 cubic yard

10 megalitre to cubic yard = 13079.50614 cubic yard

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A megalitre (Ml or alternatively ML), also spelled megaliter, is one million (1,000,000) litres in the metric system. It is not recognised as an SI unit, but as one of the "non-SI units accepted for use with" SI. The SI equivalent is 1000 m³.

››Definition: Cubic yard

The cubic yard (symbols yd³, cu. yd.) is a nonmetric unit of volume, used in the United States. It is defined as the volume of a cube with edges one yard in length.

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