[mil-uh-lam-bert] /ˈmɪl əˌlæm bərt/
a unit of luminance equal to one thousandth of a .
/mil’*-lamp”sn/ A unit of talking speed, abbreviated mL. Most people run about 200 milliLampsons. The eponymous Butler Lampson (a CS theorist and systems implementor highly regarded among hackers) goes at 1000. A few people speak faster. This unit is sometimes used to compare the (sometimes widely disparate) rates at which people can generate ideas and […]
[mil-uh-lee-ter] /ˈmɪl əˌli tər/ noun 1. a unit of capacity equal to one thousandth of a liter, and equivalent to 0.033815 fluid ounce, or 0.061025 cubic inch. Abbreviation: ml. /ˈmɪlɪˌliːtə/ noun 1. one thousandth of a litre ml n. also millilitre, 1802, from French millilitre; see milli- + liter. milliliter mil·li·li·ter (mĭl’ə-lē’tər’) n. Abbr. ml […]
[mil-uh-luhks] /ˈmɪl əˌlʌks/ noun, plural milliluces [mil-uh-loo-seez] /ˈmɪl əˌlu siz/ (Show IPA), milliluxes. Optics. 1. a unit of illumination, equal to one thousandth of a . Abbreviation: mlx.
[mil-im, -eem] /ˈmɪl ɪm, -im/ noun 1. an aluminum coin of Tunisia, the 1000th part of a dinar.