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yardage

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[ yahr-dij ]
/ ˈyɑr dɪdʒ /
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noun
measurement, or the amount measured in yards; length or extent in yards.
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Origin of yardage

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First recorded in 1875–80; yard1 + -age

Other definitions for yardage (2 of 2)

yardage2
[ yahr-dij ]
/ ˈyɑr dɪdʒ /

noun
the use of a yard or enclosure, as in loading or unloading cattle or other livestock at a railroad station.
the charge for such use.

Origin of yardage

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First recorded in 1860–65; yard2 + -age
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British Dictionary definitions for yardage (1 of 2)

yardage1
/ (ˈjɑːdɪdʒ) /

noun
a length measured in yards

British Dictionary definitions for yardage (2 of 2)

yardage2
/ (ˈjɑːdɪdʒ) /

noun
the use of a railway yard in the transportation of cattle
the charge for this
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