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gallonage

[gal-uh-nij] /ˈgæl ə nɪdʒ/
noun
1.
the number of gallons of something used.
2.
the rate at which gallons of something are used.
Origin
1905-1910
1905-10; gallon + -age
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Examples from the web for gallonage
  • However, over a twelve-month period, gains of equal gallonage amount must be reported.
  • Data on gallonage consumed and the amount of tax revenue by type of fuel.
  • Liquor wholesalers shall make the payments based on the total gallonage sold the preceding calendar month.
  • All receipts and sales are to be accounted for by invoice date, invoice number and invoice gallonage.
  • Decals must be placed on each dispenser and on each side with gallonage and price meters.
  • Use lower gallonage when plants are small and increase volume with plant size.
  • Pay all applicable general excise and gallonage taxes.
British Dictionary definitions for gallonage

gallonage

/ˈɡælənɪdʒ/
noun
1.
a capacity measured in gallons
2.
the rate of pumping, transmission, or consumption of a fluid in gallons per unit of time
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