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billionairenoun [C]

us   /ˌbɪl·jəˈneər/
someone who has more than a billion dollars (= $1,000,000,000) in the form of property, possessions, or money
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billionairenoun [C]

uk   /ˌbɪljəˈneər/ us   /-ˈner/
a person who has money, property, etc. that is worth at least a billion dollars, pounds, euros, etc.: The new mayor is a billionaire with no prior government experience.
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Translations of “billionaire”
in Chinese (Simplified) 亿万富翁,拥有十亿家产的人…
in Chinese (Traditional) 億萬富翁,擁有十億家產的人…
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