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Pronunciation: / maɪˈlɑmədər / Pronunciation: /mʌɪˈlɒmɪtə/


  • mileometer
    Example sentences
    • Recently, it was improved with the fitting of an electronic milometer, a low-fuel warning light, and, on luxury models, a rev counter and a wash wipe facility for the windscreen.
    • Clocked means that the mileometer has been wound back to show a lower mileage.
    • By my mileometer you stay on this road for 7.7 miles.

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