Pounds to Cups | Conversion Calculator

Calculate the quantity of US cups in a pound

To use this converter, please choose the unit of mass (weight), the unit of volume to convert to, the mass value, the desired ingredient ten click on the button 'CONVERT IT!'.

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pound of water equals 1.92 ( ~ 2) US cups.
(*) or more precisely 1.9172228370703 US cups. All figures are approximate.

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Pounds of water to US cups Chart

Pounds of water to US cups
0.1 pound of water = 0.192 US cup
1/5 pound of water = 0.383 US cup
0.3 pound of water = 0.575 US cup
0.4 pound of water = 0.767 US cup
1/2 pound of water = 0.959 US cup
0.6 pound of water = 1.15 US cups
0.7 pound of water = 1.34 US cups
0.8 pound of water = 1.53 US cups
0.9 pound of water = 1.73 US cups
1 pound of water = 1.92 US cups
Pounds of water to US cups
1 pound of water = 1.92 US cups
1.1 pounds of water = 2.11 US cups
1/5 pounds of water = 2.3 US cups
1.3 pounds of water = 2.49 US cups
1.4 pounds of water = 2.68 US cups
1/2 pounds of water = 2.88 US cups
1.6 pounds of water = 3.07 US cups
1.7 pounds of water = 3.26 US cups
1.8 pounds of water = 3.45 US cups
1.9 pounds of water = 3.64 US cups

Note: some values may be rounded.

FAQs on water volume to weight conversion

pound of water equals how many US cups?

pound of water is equivalent 1.92 ( ~ 2) US cups.

How much is 1.92 US cups of water in pounds?

1.92 US cups of water equals ( ~ 1) pound.

Notes on ingredient measurements

It is a bit tricky to get an accurate food conversion since its characteristics change according to humidity, temperature, or how well packed the ingredient is. Ingredients that contain the terms sliced, minced, diced, crushed, chopped add uncertainties to the measurements. A good practice is to measure ingredients by weight, not by volume so that the error is decreased.

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