With members from around the world, we sometimes forget, or maybe didn't know, that a "cup" in one area does not necessarily mean a "cup" in another area. Having done a little research, by no means exhaustive, I've developed a table that helps me translate recipes from different sources. Some may find it useful. Multiply amount of Column A by desired new measurementCupsMillilitresUSCUSLIntlCCImpJPNJGOUSC236.591.0000.9860.9461.5770.8331.1831.314USL240.001.0141.0000.9601.6000.8451.2001.333Intl250.001.0571.0421.0001.6670.8801.2501.389CC150.000.6340.6250.6001.0000.5280.7500.833Imp284.001.2001.1831.1361.8931.0001.4201.578JPN200.000.8450.8330.8001.3330.7041.0001.111JGO180.000.7610.7500.7201.2000.6340.9001.000 TbspMillilitersUSCIntlAust USC14.791.0000.9860.739 INTL15.001.0141.0000.750 Aust20.001.3531.3331.000 tspMillilitersUSCIntlAust USC4.931.0000.9860.986 Intl5.001.0141.0001.000 Aust5.001.0141.0001.000 USC = U.S. Customary (standard kitchen measuring cup)USL = U.S. Legal (nutritional label)Intl = International (Commonwealth, Europe, Australia)CC = Coffee CupImp = Imperial, old UK systemJPN = JapaneseJGO = Japanese Go cup, used for rice If anyone has additional or conflicting information, please post.