Milliliters (mL) and centimeters (cm) measure different things, so there isn't a direct conversion between them.

Milliliters measure volume, typically of liquids, while centimeters measure length or distance.

However, if you're asking about the volume of a cuboid (a box-shaped object) in cubic centimeters (cm³) and milliliters (mL), you can consider 1 milliliter to be equal to 1 cubic centimeter.

So, 1 milliliter ≈ 1 cubic centimeter.

This means that if you have a cuboid that measures 1 centimeter in length, 1 centimeter in width, and 1 centimeter in height, its volume would be 1 cubic centimeter, which is also equal to 1 milliliter.