million definition

  • noun:
    • The cardinal quantity add up to 106.
    • A million monetary units, such as for instance bucks: made a million in the stock market.
    • An indefinitely significant number. Often found in the plural: countless bikes on the highway.
    • the most popular people; the public. Usually utilized in the plural: enjoyment for the hundreds of thousands.
    • The cardinal quantity 1,000,000: 106.
    • the sheer number of ten hundred thousand, or 1000 thousand, -- written 1,000,000. Start to see the Note under hundred.
    • a tremendously large number; an indefinitely high number.
    • The mass of common people; -- with all the article the.
    • the amount of ten hundred thousand, or one thousand thousand.
    • the total amount of one thousand thousand devices of money, as pounds, bucks, or francs: because, he could be worth a million; hundreds of thousands have been wasted in preparation for war.
    • A very great number or volume, indefinitely.
    • An obsolete or dialectal type of melon.
    • the number which represented as a-one accompanied by 6 zeros
    • a tremendously big indefinite quantity (usually hyperbole)
  • others:
    • [Strictly a collective noun: see hundred.] 1000 times one thousand; ten hundred thousand: since, a capital of a (or one) million dollars; a country of ten million residents.
  • adjective:
    • (in Roman numerals, M written with a macron over it) denoting a quantity comprising 1,000,000 things or units

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