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Translation of "billion" - English-Spanish dictionary

billion

noun /ˈbiljən/ ( plurals billion, billions)
often in the United Kingdom, the number 1,000,000,000,000; in the United States, and often in the United Kingdom, the number 1,000,000,000
billón; millardo (Estados Unidos)
a billion several billion.
often in the United Kingdom, the figure 1,000,000,000,000; in the United States, and often in the United Kingdom, the figure 1,000,000,000.
billón; millardo (Estados Unidos)
a billion pounds or dollars
billón; millardo (Estados Unidos)
The sum involved amounts to several billion(s).
billionaire /ˌbiljəˈneə(r)/ noun a very rich person who has more than a billion dollars, pounds etc
multimillonario
He’s a billionaire who made his money in the oil lindustry.
billionth noun one of a billion equal parts.
billonésimo
I’ve told him for the billionth time not to do that.
(Definition of billion from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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