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Definition of “mileage” - Learner’s Dictionary

mileage

noun     /ˈmaɪlɪdʒ/
DISTANCE [C, U]
the number of miles that a vehicle has travelled since it was new: low mileage Measurements of length and distance
FUEL [C, U]
the number of miles a vehicle can travel using a particular amount of fuelMeasurements of length and distance
ADVANTAGE [U] informal
an advantage got from something: There's no mileage in taking your employer to court.Advantage and disadvantage
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