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million

1. the cardinal number that is the product of 1000 multiplied by 1000
2. a numeral, 1 000 000, 106, M, etc., representing this number
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million

[′mil·yən]
(mathematics)
The number 106, or 1,000,000.
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million

One thousand thousands, or 1 followed by six zeros (10 to the 6th power). See space/time.
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At 1 million years ago, ice ages grew more intense and each cycle of colder and warmer weather lasted approximately 100,000 years, he adds.
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