kilometres per hour

NOUN
  1. the ratio of the distance traveled (in kilometers) to the time spent traveling (in hours)
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How To Use kilometres per hour In A Sentence

  • The retrieved tachograph had recorded a speed of 122 kilometres per hour at the time of the accident.
  • You claim you did not know the difference between kilometres per hour and miles per hour. The Sun
  • Next we will be having our speedometers changed from miles per hour to kilometres per hour.
  • Speeds on radial roads would fall to 8 kilometres per hour, almost three times less than that of 1991.
  • My car can go 140 kilometres per hour.
  • I suspect it may also be the fault of the speed limits changing from miles per hour to kilometres per hour.
  • The vehicles have a top speed of 80 kilometres per hour.
  • And 370 kilometres is much too fast - more like 330 or 340 kilometres per hour, and that's only on silver peregrines.
  • She cruised by at 160 kilometres per hour on the outside/in the outside lane.
  • The short fin mako shark is best known for its amazing speed, which can reach 32 kilometres per hour.
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