Look up: mile

1. Mile
Latin mille passus (1,000 paces); 5,000 Roman feet are approximately 0.92 English mile or approximately 4,850 English feet .
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2. Mile
A non-metric unit of length which can be divided into 8 furlongs, 80 chains, 360 rods, 1760 yards, 5280 feet, 8000 links or 63360 inches. It is equal to 1609.344 metres, more or less.
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3. mile
[Noun] A unit of distance. It measures 1 760 yards or roughly 1.6 kilometres.
Example: Michelle cycles 5 miles to work every day.

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4. mile
[n] - a large distance 2. [n] - an ancient Roman unit of length equivalent to 1620 yards 3. [n] - a Swedish unit of length equivalent to 10 km 4. [n] - a unit of length equal to 1760 yards 5. [n] - a footrace extending one mile
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5. Mile
A unit of distance most commonly used in Britain and the US.Abbreviation: miConversions1 mile=1609.344 metres1 mile=5280 feet1 mile=80 chains (Gunter)1 mile=8000 links (Gunter)1 mile=1.609344 kilometres1 mile=320 rods1 mile=1760 yards1 mile=0.869 nautical milesttle='Mile';xiunt='m';yiunt='mile';mcon...
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6. Mile
Length equal to 5 180 ft or 1.60 km.
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7. Mile
Mile noun [ Anglo-Saxon mīl , from Latin millia , milia ; plural of mille a thousand, i. e., milia passuum a thousand paces. Confer Mill the tenth of a cent, Million .] A certain measure of dista...
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8. mile
A certain measure of distance, being equivalent in England and the United States to 320 poles or rods, or 5,280 feet. ... The distance called a mile varies greatly in different countries. Its length in yards is, in Norway, 12,182; in Brunswick, 11,816; in Sweden, 11,660; in Hungary, 9,139; in Switze...
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9. mile
noun a footrace extending one mile; `he holds the record in the mile`
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10. mile
stat mi noun a unit of length equal to 1760 yards
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11. mile
noun a Swedish unit of length equivalent to 10 km
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12. mile
noun an ancient Roman unit of length equivalent to 1620 yards
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1. mile
knot noun a unit of length used in navigation; equivalent to the distance spanned by one minute of arc in latitude; 1,852 meters
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2. mile
Admiralty mile noun a British unit of length equivalent to 1,853.18 meters (6,082 feet)
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3. Mile
• (n.) A certain measure of distance, being equivalent in England and the United States to 320 poles or rods, or 5,280 feet.
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4. mile
any of various units of distance, such as the statute mile of 5,280 feet (1.609 km). It originated from the Roman mille passus, or `thousand paces,` ... [2 related articles]
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5. Mile
A nautical mile is one minute of the equator, or 2026.334 yards.
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6. Mile
A mile is a unit of length, most commonly 5,280 feet (1,760 yards, or about 1,609 metres). The mile of 5,280 feet is sometimes called the statute mile or land mile to distinguish it from the nautical mile (1,852 metres, about 6,076.1 feet). There have also been many historical miles and similar uni...
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7. mile
1. a unit of length equal to 1760 yards
2. a unit of length used in navigation; equivalent to the distance spanned by one minute of arc in latitude; 1,852 meters
3. a large distance
4. a former British unit of length once used in navigation; equivalent to 1828.8 meters (6000 feet)
5. a British ...
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6. mile
A measure of distance, the name of which is an abbreviation of the Latin mille passes or 'one thousand paces.' Since the paces (one step with each foot) of the Roman army were supposed to be two steps, each 2.5 feet long, one thousand paces is very close to the length now called a statute mile ?...
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7. mile
mile: see English units of measurement.

8. Mile
The mile is a unit of the imperial scale of measurement of length equivalent (as set in 1593) to 8 furlongs each 40 poles or perches, 1760 yards or 1.6093 kilometres. It is also 80 surveying chains, of 22 yards each. The square mile is 6400 square chains, or 640 acres. The mile was first used by the...
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9. mile
Imperial unit of linear measure. A statute mile is equal to 1,760 yards (1.60934 km), and an international nautical mile is equal to 2,026 yards (1,852 m)
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10. mile
1609 meters, 5280 feet, or 1760 yards. Note: 1600m is not a mile.
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11. Mile
1609 meters; approximately 4 laps around track
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