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million

number   /ˈmɪl·jən/
A2 the number 1,000,000 millón There were over a million people watching live on TV. There are one million grams in a metric ton.
millions of/a million informal
a lot montones de/un montón de I’ve seen that movie millions of times.
one in a million
a very special person alguien único Thanks again – you’re one in a million!
look a million dollars
to look or feel extremely good, often because you are experiencing something that costs a lot of money sentirse de maravilla You look a million dollars in that dress, honey!
look like a million dollars
to look or feel extremely good, often because you are experiencing something that costs a lot of money estar de maravilla You look like a million dollars in that dress, honey!
(Definition of million from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

million

noun /ˈmiljən/ ( plurals million, millions)
(preceded by a, a number, or a word signifying a quantity) the number 1,000,000 millón a million one million five million.
the figure 1,000,000. millón
a million pounds or dollars millón Her fortune amounts to several million(s).
million-
having a million (of something) millón (de) a million-pound investment.
millionaire /-ˈneə/ noun ( feminine millionairess)
a person having a million pounds, dollars etc or more. millonario; millonaria
millionth noun
one of a million equal parts. millonésimo
the last of a million (people, things etc ) or (the person, thing etc) in an equivalent position millonésimo the millionth (car).
(Definition of million from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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