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mpg

abbr.
miles per gallon

mpg

abbreviation for
(Automotive Engineering) miles per gallon

MPG

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Education) main professional grade: the basic salary scale for classroom teachers

mpg

or m.p.g.,

miles per gallon.
Translations
mérföld per gallon

mpg

N ABBR (Aut) =miles per gallonk.p.l.

mpg

[ˌɛmpiːˈdʒiː] n abbr =miles per gallonkm/l
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