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What is tablespoon (Canada)?

The Canadian tablespoon (or tablespoon (Canada)) is a unit of volume equal to 1.420653125x10-5 cubic meters (1 Canadian tbsp = 1.420653125x10-5 m³), the derived unit of volume in the International System of Units (SI). It is also equal to 14,206.53125 cubic millimeters (mm³), or 14.20653125 cubic centimeters (cm³) or 0.01420653125 cubic decimeters (dm³) (units of volume in the SI), or 14,206.53125 microliters (μL), or 14.20653125 milliliters (mL), or 0.1420653125 deciliters (dL) or 0.01420653125 liters (L), which are units of volume in the metric system.

The tablespoon definition varies as follows:

  • The Imperial tablespoon or tablespoon (UK), equal to 17.76 milliliters (mL) or 17.76 cubic centimeters (cm³)
  • The US customary tablespoon or tablespoon (US), equal to 14.79 milliliters (mL) or 14.79 cubic centimeters (cm³)
  • The Australian tablespoon or tablespoon (Australia), equal to 20 milliliters (mL) or 20 cubic centimeters (cm³)
  • The Canadian tablespoon or tablespoon (Canada), equal to 14.2 milliliters (mL) or 14.2 cubic centimeters (cm³)
  • The metric tablespoon or tablespoon (metric), equal to 15 milliliters (mL) or 15 cubic centimeters (cm³)
  • The tablespoon (FDA), equal to 15 milliliters (mL) or 15 cubic centimeters (cm³)

Note:
FDA is an abbreviation for "Food and Drug Administration".

Symbol:

tbsp

Plural:

tablespoons (Canada)

Also called:

tablespoonful, tablespoon (Canada) (plural: tablespoons (Canada))

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