mileage

mileage
mile|age [ˈmaılıdʒ] n
1.) [C usually singular, U]
the number of miles a vehicle has travelled since it was made
Always check the mileage before you buy a secondhand car.
2.) [C usually singular, U]
the number of miles someone travels in a vehicle in a particular period of time
Look for a car hire agreement that offers unlimited mileage.
3.) [C usually singular, U]
the number of miles a vehicle can travel using a particular amount of ↑fuel
The car's average mileage is 22.73 miles per gallon.
4.) [U]
the amount of use or advantage you get from something
The newspapers wanted to get as much mileage from the story as they could.
5.) [C usually singular, U] also mileage allowance
an amount of money that is paid to someone for each mile that they travel when they use their own car for work
Community nurses are paid a mileage allowance.
6.) [U]
the number of miles that is covered by a country's roads or railways
plans to treble the country's railway mileage

Dictionary of contemporary English. 2013.

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