Tablespoon to Ounce

Tablespoons to Ounces Conversion


Enter a value that you want to convert into US fluid ounces and click on the "convert" button.

Tablespoon to Ounce (How many ounces in a tablespoon?)

This is a conversion calculator that is used to convert the volume in tablespoons (tbsp) to the volume in fluid ounces (fl. Oz). When using the converter, the initial step is to enter the tablespoon value in the blank text field. The ‘Convert’ button initiates the conversion from atablespoon to fluid ounces. This gives you the conversion result, displayed below the control buttons in fluid ounces. The ‘Reset’ button is used to enhance the flexibility of the Tablespoon to Ounce converter since it can only perform one conversion at a time. It readjusts the calculator with a single click.


Convert 20 tablespoons to fluid ounces


First, enter the tablespoon value (20) in the blank text field. Press the ‘Convert’ button to initiate the conversion from atablespoon to ounces. The conversion result is shown as;

20 Tablespoons = 10 Fluid Ounces

This means that there are 10 fluid ounces in 20 tablespoons

Use the same procedure when converting new values in tablespoons to get the corresponding result in fluid ounces. 

Tablespoon to Ounce

How many ounces in a tablespoon?

The volume units’ conversion factor of atablespoonto fluid ounces is 0.5. However, the results may vary depending on the standard used in the conversion.

1 Tablespoon [US] = 0.5 Ounces [Fluid, US]

1 Tablespoon [UK] = 0.625 Ounces [UK]

This means that there are 0.5 US fluid ounces in one US tablespoon and 0.625 imperial ounces in one imperial tablespoon.

If you want to determine the number of fluid ounces in a tablespoon, simply multiply the value in tablespoons by the conversion factor.


A tablespoon is a volume unit that is commonly used in cooking recipes. One US tablespoon is about 0.5 fluid ounces or 15 milliliters and is abbreviated as “tbsp”.

A fluid ounce is a volume unit in the US customary and imperial systems abbreviated as “fl. Oz”.