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Meaning of “look/feel like a million dollars” in the English Dictionary

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look/feel like a million dollars

(UK also look/feel a million dollars, US also look/feel like a million bucks) informal to ​look or ​feelextremely good, often because you are ​wearing something that ​costs a lot of ​money: "You ​look like a million ​dollars in that ​dress, ​honey!"
(Definition of look/feel like a million dollars from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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