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"Air Miles" in British English

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Air Milesnoun [plural]

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pointsworthpart of a ​planejourney that are given ​free when you ​buyproducts or ​services from ​particularcompanies
(Definition of Air Miles from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"Air Miles™" in Business English

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Air Miles™noun [plural]

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MARKETING points that are given ​free when you ​buyplanetickets or other ​products or ​services from particular ​companies, and that you can then use to ​pay for ​plane journeys, ​hotelrooms, etc.: collect/earn/receive Air Miles Today, 3.5 million ​peoplecollect Air Miles and 100,000 go on ​freeflights every week.
(Definition of Air Miles™ from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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