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mil

1. a unit of length equal to one thousandth of an inch
2. an obsolete pharmaceutical unit of volume equal to one millilitre
3. a unit of angular measure, used in gunnery, equal to one sixty-four-hundredth of a circumference

mil

[mil]
(mathematics)
A unit of angular measure which, due to nonuniformity of usage, may have any one of three values: 0.001 radian or approximately 0.0572958°; 1/6400 of a full revolution or 0.05625°; 1/1000 of a right angle or 0.09°.
(mechanics)
A unit of length, equal to 0.001 inch, or to 2.54 × 10-5 meter. Also known as milli-inch; thou.

mil, MIL

1. A unit of measure equal to a thousandth of an inch (0.0254 mm).
2. On drawings, abbr. for “military.”

mil

(networking)
The top-level domain for entities affiliated with US armed forces.

mil

An Internet address domain name for a military agency. See Internet address.
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