mph : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the ratio of the distance traveled (in miles) to the time spent traveling (in hours)
- n a speedometer reading for the momentary rate of travel
- Jimena was moving to the west-northwest at about 9 mph.
- It took the drivers at Road and Track 32 seconds to reach 60 mph, which would put the Dauphine at a severe disadvantage in any drag race involving farm equipment.
- The 1961 Jaguar E-Type was heavenly, a dead-sexy, 150-mph supercar, a stiletto heel to the heart of any car-loving man.
- Jeff Gordon in Lewiston Sun Journal
I'm starting to get used to the fact that every race we go to is basically bumper cars at 190 mph,Gordon said. "When it comes down to the end, you pretty much know that it's not going to end like that, that you're going to have cautions...
- Fredi Gonzalez in MLB.com
Cody Ross got hit with a ball, 95 mph,Gonzalez said. "It wasn't thrown any less. He stayed in the game, and he's making diving plays and dialing. There are some injuries there."
- Jimmie Johnson in Arizona Republic
That was tough racing,Johnson said. "Matt was crowding me, and I was trying to move him up a little bit and we were doing all that at 190 mph. It was pretty intense." "When I got inside of Matt and tried for a lap or two to get by...