Definition of metreage in English:

metreage

noun

  • See metre

    • ‘This, of course, takes up considerable square metreage, to say nothing of all the other facilities which he and his alliance propose.’
    • ‘But after that, the meterage for subsequent distances will be reduced from 125 metres to 113 metres, under which the standard fare for a 2.5-mile journey will rise from £4.60 to £4.80 an increase of 4.16 per cent.’
    • ‘In the end, though, a remarkably cheap building was achieved in terms of square metreage, but only through some very careful project management.’
    • ‘In terms of fabric, there is the potential to save thousands when you think of the meterage involved in curtains and sofa covers.’
    • ‘His meterage was maybe a bit higher than mine now, but the actual training wasn't massively different to mine, being very endurance based.’

Pronunciation

metreage

/ˈmiːt(ə)rɪdʒ/