milometer


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milometer

(maɪˈlɒmɪtə)
n
(Automotive Engineering) a variant spelling of mileometer
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.milometer - a meter that shows mileage traversedmilometer - a meter that shows mileage traversed
meter - any of various measuring instruments for measuring a quantity
automotive vehicle, motor vehicle - a self-propelled wheeled vehicle that does not run on rails
Translations

milometer

[maɪˈlɒmɪtər] n (British)compteur m kilométrique

milometer

mileometer [maɪˈlɒmətəʳ] n (Brit) → contachilometri m inv
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Even Lyari Express way remains in doldrums due to connectivity on its north/south route of 5/6 milometer.
A measuring wheel which is simply the front wheel of a bicycle with a milometer attached--is trundled all the way by a kolassi [one of the 40 survey assistants] so we know our distances each day on arrival in camp.
LOVE blossomed at a car factory for teenage sweethearts John and Joan Bennett who are now toasting 60 years on the marriage milometer.
Turn the milometer back a decade and traffic jams in the city were a rare sight.
The shocking extent of the scam was uncovered when Trading Standards officers cross-referenced the genuine mileage of the vehicles from auction house records with milometer readings in the vans and Auto Trader adverts placed by Alvey.
So the calendar (at least the Gregorian one) has turned again and the chronological milometer has clicked from 2011 to 2012.
While O'Leary and Farias clearly weren't given the bedding-in period they deserved with just eight months on the milometer, Benzarti's two years at the helm taking second division Bani Yas into the Pro League to finish fourth and now second, has made his departure all the more bewildering.
The aim is to prevent clocking - turning back the milometer to increase the value of the vehicle when it is sold.
The digital milometer logs miles on land and also records engine hours when afloat to gauge service intervals accurately.
This is the sign who will check the milometer before a long journey and keep a log of the fuel consumption, the character who's first to spot flaws, although often too discreet to point them out unless there's a deal being done.