Recent Examples of gallon from the Web
Indiana’s gas tax rose 1.8 cents per gallon and diesel by 1 cent.
Romney’s little Nash automobile, which one of the enthusiast magazines tested, got almost 30 miles to the gallon in traffic and 39.4 on the highway.
The average gallon of regular, unleaded gas in Maryland cost $2.79 as of Thursday, the auto club said.
When a new treatment plant is finished, about seven million gallons of clean water a day will be pumped out from the 50 billion gallons in the pit.
The average miles per gallon for the American fleet has climbed by 24 percent since 2008, according to data analysis by Edmunds.com.
The national average that has fallen 3.1 cents per gallon over last week to $2.91, according to GasBuddy.
My parents always had a gallon in the freezer, and the Turkey Hill Experience (free for military and kids 3 and under; around $10 for everyone else) is definitely on our must-do list.
Gas prices in Northwest Indiana topped $3.10 per gallon for regular unleaded at many stations.
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Origin and Etymology of gallon
GALLON Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gallon for English Language Learners
: a unit of liquid measurement equal to four U.S. quarts or 3.785 liters
: a unit of liquid measurement equal to four British quarts or 4.546 liters
GALLON Defined for Kids
medical Definition of gallon
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