[mil-yuh n] /ˈmɪl yən/
noun, plural millions (as after a numeral) million.
a cardinal number, a thousand times one thousand.
a symbol for this number, as 1,000,000 or M̅.
millions, a number between 1,000,000 and 999,999,999, as in referring to an amount of money:
His fortune was in the millions of dollars.
the amount of a thousand thousand units of money, as pounds, dollars, or francs:
The three Dutch paintings fetched a million.
a very great number of times:
Thanks a million.
the million(s) the mass of the common people; the multitude:
poetry for the millions.
amounting to one million in number.
amounting to a very great number:
a million things to do.
noun (pl) -lions, -lion
the cardinal number that is the product of 1000 multiplied by 1000 See also number (sense 1)
a numeral, 1 000 000, 106, M, etc, representing this number
(often pl) (informal) an extremely large but unspecified number, quantity, or amount: I have millions of things to do
preceded by a or by a numeral
(Austral, informal) gone a million, done for; sunk
late 14c., from Old French million (late 13c.), from Italian millione (now milione), literally “a great thousand,” augmentative of mille “thousand,” from Latin mille, which is of uncertain origin. Used mainly by mathematicians until 16c. India, with its love of large numbers, had names before 3c. for numbers well beyond a billion. The ancient Greeks had no name for a number greater than ten thousand, the Romans for none higher than a hundred thousand. “A million” in Latin would have been decies centena milia, literally “ten hundred thousand.” Million to one as a type of “long odds” is attested from 1761. Related: Millions.
[mil-yuh nth] /ˈmɪl yənθ/ adjective 1. coming last in a series of a . 2. being one of a equal parts. noun 3. the millionth member of a series. 4. a millionth part, especially of one (1/1,000,000). /ˈmɪljənθ/ noun 1. 2. one of 1 000 000 equal divisions of a particular scientific quantity related prefix […]
milliosmole mil·li·os·mole (mĭl’ē-ŏz’mōl’, -ŏs’-) n. One thousandth (10-3) of an osmole.
[mil-uh-rey-dee-uh n] /ˈmɪl əˌreɪ di ən/ noun 1. one thousandth of a .
[mil-uh-peed] /ˈmɪl əˌpid/ noun 1. any terrestrial arthropod of the class Diplopoda, having a cylindrical body composed of 20 to more than 100 segments, each with two pairs of legs. /ˈmɪlɪˌpiːd/ noun 1. any terrestrial herbivorous arthropod of the class Diplopoda, having a cylindrical body made up of many segments, each of which bears two […]