Did you possibly mean mph?
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. miles per gallon
“When I use Mythweb to output a recording as an. mpg file (using the Direct Download button) the file ends up with a name suffix consisting of ". mpg..mpg.".”
“Since your mpg is a direct function of the trip's length, any mpg figure should be viewed in the right context.”
“But like some others in the industry, Jackson said that the idea of achieving 60 mpg is "detached from reality" and that one of the reasons is consumers won't tolerate the sacrifices in design and the additional costs to reach that standard.”
“If a P2P user searches for The Fast and the Furious the PeerMatrix software will return a search result to the user indicating that a video file called The Fast and the Furious. mpg is available regardless of the actual name of the video file.”
“My 53+ mpg is nothing compared to the (alleged) 235 mpg for the VW 1-Liter.”
“If you are willing to pay an extra $14,000 to gain a whopping 2-5 mpg, you have way too much money. 14 mpg is not good gas mileage, nor is the 22 mpg that the hybrid gains.”
“The future is not in mpg; we will be arguing about mp kwh.”
“This could lower your food prices and consumables; Ten mpg is now feasible … may save you money!”
“Assuming a long-term gasoline price of $4 a gallon, 20 mpg translates to 20 cents per mile, while a conventional hybridlike 45 mpg equates to nine cents.”
“Just a suggestion, if imovie supports it, you might want to export to plain mpg so that any plain media player can play it.”
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