[meg-uh-vohlt] /ˈmɛg əˌvoʊlt/
a unit of electromotive force, equal to one million .
one million volts MV
1868, from mega- + volt.
megavolt meg·a·volt (měg’ə-vōlt’)
One million volts.
[meg-uh-wot] /ˈmɛg əˌwɒt/ noun, Electricity. 1. a unit of power, equal to one million . Abbreviation: MW. /ˈmɛɡəˌwɒt/ noun 1. one million watts MW v. 1900, from mega- + watt. A unit of power: one million watts. A typical large electrical generating plant can produce a thousand megawatts of electricity.
- Me generation
noun 1. the generation, originally in the 1970s, characterized by self-absorption; in the 1980s, characterized by material greed noun a young adult population preoccupied with personal concerns and material gain
[mee-jeez] /ˈmi dʒiz/ noun, (in the Iliad) 1. a nephew of Odysseus who commanded the Epeans in the Trojan War.
/ˈmɛɡə/ noun 1. trademark an instrument that generates a high voltage in order to test the resistance of insulation, etc