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kph

abbr.
kilometers per hour
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kph

abbreviation for
(Units) kilometres per hour
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kph

or k.p.h.,

kilometers per hour.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.kph - the ratio of the distance traveled (in kilometers) to the time spent traveling (in hours)kph - the ratio of the distance traveled (in kilometers) to the time spent traveling (in hours)
rate - a magnitude or frequency relative to a time unit; "they traveled at a rate of 55 miles per hour"; "the rate of change was faster than expected"
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Translations
كيلومتر في السّاعَه
km/t
km/ó
km/val
kilometri stunda
kilometer za hodinu
kilometrov na uro
saatte ... kilometre

kph

ABBR =kilometres per hourkm/h, kph
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kph

[ˌkeɪpiːˈeɪtʃ] abbrkm/h
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kph

abbr of kilometres per hourkph
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kph

[ˌkeɪpiːˈaɪtʃ] nkm/h
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kph

(ˌkei piː ˈeitʃ) abbreviation
kilometres per hour. driving at 80 kph.
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References in periodicals archive ?
2 is hoisted over Batanes, which means winds of 61 kph to 120 kph are expected in the province in at least 24 hours.
With a radius of 250 km, the storm was located about 280 kilometers north of Taipei, moving at a speed of 17 kph in a northwesterly direction, according to bureau data.
For provincial roads, the speed limit for passengers cars and motorcycles was set at 40 kph on open roads and through streets, and 20 kph on crowded streets while for trucks and buses, it should be 30 kph and 20 kph, respectively.
KPH Construction, which was founded by Keith Harenda in 1999,claims that its role at the center of a years-long brawl over the renovation of the historic hotel combined with a lawsuit filed by the insurer Liberty Mutual forced the company to file forbankruptcy last week.KPH employs 30 people and predicts that it will bring in $11 million worth of revenue this year.
The maximum speed of American warships is 57 kph," an erroneous figure given that the LCS had already hit 84 kph the previous year.
One of them was speeding at 192 kph while the other was speeding at 189 kph.
This was achieved by assuring regular supply of medicines, and making staff availability during duty, said, Shakil Ahmed Project Manager KPH while talking to reporter here on Tuesday.
The report also recommends studying implementing stricter regulations to limit the maximum speed to 30 kph on community roads near residential areas.
Thursday, Vipa was moving northeast at about 20 kilometers per hour (kph) and was located about 90 km east-northeast of the isle of Hachijojima, roughly 300 km south of the capital, it said.
On any given day, the windiest place on Earth is the Antarctic coastline, where winds average 96 to 104 kph (60 to 65 mph).
It maintained its maximum sustained winds of 45 kilometers per hour (kph) and a gustiness of up to 55 kph as it moved northwest at 20 kph.