Conversion Table

Imperial
Metric (approx.)

Metric
Imperial (approx.)
¼ oz
7 gm

5 gm
Between ⅛ - ⅜ oz
½ oz
14 gm

10 gm
⅓ oz
1 oz
28 gm

25 gm
1 oz
2 oz
57 gm

50 gm
1¾ oz
3 oz
85 gm

75 gm
2½ - 2¾ oz
4 oz
113 gm

100 gm
3½ oz
8 oz
227 gm

225 gm
8 oz
12 oz
340 gm

250 gm
8½ oz
1 lb
454 gm

500 gm
1 lb 1½ oz
2 lb
907 gm

1 kg
2 lb. 3½ oz
5 lb
2 kg 270 gm
 
2 kg.
4 lb. 6½ oz
Imperial
Fluid oz
Metric (approx.)
US Cups (approx.)
1 teaspoon

5 ml

1 tablespoon

15 ml

¼ pint
5
145 ml

⅜ pint
8
225 ml
1
½ pint
10
285 ml

¾ pint
15
430 ml
2
1 pint
20
570 ml
2 ½
1¾ pint
35
1000 ml(1 Litre)
4 ½
1 US cup = 8 fl. oz
1 Imperial pint (used in the UK & Australia) = 20 fl. oz
2 US cups = 16 fl. oz. = 1 US pint = 0.8
Imperial pint 1 Australian cup = 250 ml
Measure British US Australian
Teaspoon (approx. 5 ml.) 1 1 1
Tablespoon 1 1 1
Tablespoon 2 3 2
Tablespoon 4 3
Tablespoon 4 5
A spoonful of sugar means something different in different parts of the world. The standard British tablespoon holds 17.7 ml., the Australian 20 ml. and the United States holds 14.2 ml. The table above only approximate equivalents.
ºC
ºF
Gas Mk

110
225
¼
Very Cool
120
250
½
140
275
1
Cool
150
300
2
160
325
3
Moderate
180
350
4
190
375
5
Moderately Hot
200
400
6
220
425
7
Hot
230
450
8
240
475
9
Extremely Hot
270
525
9+