[meg-uh-wot] /ˈmɛg əˌwɒt/

noun, Electricity.
a unit of power, equal to one million .
Abbreviation: MW.
one million watts MW

1900, from mega- + watt.

A unit of power: one million watts. A typical large electrical generating plant can produce a thousand megawatts of electricity.


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