|one million oscillations per second||Mega Hertz|
|one million oscillations per second||Mhz (Mega Hertz)|
|(Computers) one million bits (also mega bit), 1, 048, 576 bits||megabit|
|(Computers) one million bytes (also mega byte), 1, 048, 576 bytes||megabyte|
|1 followed by 12 zeros, 1 followed by 18 zeros, large number of something, number equaling one thousand billions, one million millions, one followed by 12 zeros (in the U.S. and France); one followed by 18 zeros (in Great Britain and Germany)||trillion|
|ancient landmass, consisting of the southern part of the supercontinent of Pangaea. Comprising South America, Africa, peninsular India, Australia, and Antarctica, it began to break up approximately 200 million years ago., see also:Laurasia||Gondwanaland|
|ancient supercontinent, theoretical supercontinent that broke apart approximately 200 million years ago and created the current 7 separate continents on Earth (Geology)||Pangaea|
|Bachelor of Medicine, Manitoba, Medal of Bravery, megabyte, MegaByte; one million bytes (Computers)||MB|
|being 1 000 000 in number, fifth digit to left of decimal, large number, million units of a currency, number 1 000 000; great number of things (Informal), ordinary people, thousand thousand||million|
|belonging to me, interj. oh my!, goodness!, oi! (expression of surprise or dismay), million years||my|
|billion dollars, large number, number equal to a thousand millions, 1 000 000 000 (in the USA and France); number equal to a million millions, 1 000 000 000 000 (in Britain), one million million, one thousand million||billion|
|concentration camp in Poland during World War II, site of the largest Nazi concentration camp, where between 1.4 and 4 million people were murdered between 1941 and 1945. Situated in southern Poland, southeast of Katowice, it is now a museum and archive.||Auschwitz|
|death of million people (military term usually referring to casualties of nuclear war), one million deaths||megadeath|
|excellent, pref. large, big; million (also meg)||mega|
|geologic period, geological era in which much of the earth was covered in ice (approximately 2 million to 10000 years ago), Pleistocene epoch||Pleistocene|
|large amount of money, million dollars||megabuck|
|last in a series of one million parts; being one of 1 000 000 equal parts, number 1 000 000 in a series; one part of one million equal parts, 1/1 000 000, one of a million parts||millionth|
|legal division of Reed Elsevier Inc. which is a worldwide provider of reliable legal and business information (as well as news, public records and tax and regulatory publications in hard copy or online) with over three million users worldwide, More: ww...||LexisNexis®|
|mass, Master, medium, mega-, Mega; prefix meaning "million", Member||M|
|megabyte, pref. mega, large, big; million||meg|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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Total number of language pairs: 492
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