[mahy-lij] /ˈmaɪ lɪdʒ/
the aggregate number of traveled over in a given time.
length, extent, or distance in .
the number of or the average distance that a vehicle can travel on a specified quantity of fuel:
the car gets good mileage.
wear, use, advantage, or profit:
She won’t get much more mileage out of this old coat.
an allowance for traveling expenses at a fixed rate per :
His mileage came to $90.
a fixed charge per , as for railroad transportation.
a distance expressed in miles
the total number of miles that a motor vehicle has travelled
allowance for travelling expenses, esp as a fixed rate per mile
the number of miles a motor vehicle will travel on one gallon of fuel
(informal) use, benefit, or service provided by something: this scheme has a lot of mileage left
(informal) grounds, substance, or weight: some mileage in the objectors’ arguments
1754, “fixed rate per mile,” from mile + -age. Meaning “a total number of miles” is from 1861.
Profit; productive potential: Do they think there’s any mileage in my idea? (1945+)
noun 1. a book (mileage book) or ticket containing coupons good for a certain number of miles of transportation at a fixed rate per mile. 2. one of the coupons.
- Mile-high club
noun phrase The putative association of persons who have done the sex act more than a mile high in the sky: They had stayed behind to renew their membership in the mile-high club by sinking into one of the leather banquettes and making passionate love (1970s+ Airline)
[mahyl-lawng, -long] /ˈmaɪlˌlɔŋ, -ˌlɒŋ/ adjective 1. extending for a : a milelong beach.
[mahyl-mahr-ker] /ˈmaɪlˌmɑr kər/ noun 1. a numbered milepost along a highway: used as a way of determining the exact location of a vehicle.