Recent Examples of gallon from the Web
That’s a full $1 a gallon less than the highest projected peak in Los Angeles.
That's a full $1 a gallon less than the highest projected peak in Los Angeles.
When oil was $4 a gallon, everyone was pitching this new technology to drill old oil wells, that kind of stuff.
That's still well below the more than $3 a gallon that Americans faced from 2011 to 2014.
The national average this month is $2.47 a gallon, though AAA said that average should drop by the year's end.
The average price per gallon in the five-county Philadelphia area was $2.67 a gallon Monday, compared to $2.42 a year ago.
However, in late October 2013, the average local price was $3.66 a gallon.
The national average is $2.49 a gallon, according to AAA.
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Origin and Etymology of gallon
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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