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Translation of "mile" - English-Polish dictionary

mile

noun [C]
 
 
/maɪl/
B1 a unit for measuring distance, equal to 1609 metres or 1760 yards
mila
The nearest station is two miles from here. It's a five-mile walk to the next village. The latest high-speed trains can travel at 140 miles per hour. Measurements of length and distanceArea, mass, weight and volume in generalMiscellaneous units of measurement
miles a very long distance
kawał drogi
We drove for miles along dusty roads. Her cottage is miles from the nearest village.Measurements of length and distance
Translations of “mile”
in Arabic ميل…
in Korean 마일…
in Malaysian batu…
in French mille…
in Turkish mil…
in Italian miglio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 英里(長度單位,相當於1760碼或1.6公里)…
in Russian миля…
in Vietnamese dặm…
in Spanish milla…
in Portuguese milha…
in Thai ไมล์ (เป็นหน่วยวัดความยาว)…
in German die Meile…
in Catalan milla…
in Japanese マイル(約1.6Km)…
in Indonesian mil…
in Chinese (Simplified) 英里(长度单位,相当于1760码或1.6公里)…
(Definition of mile from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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