one-millionth one-millionth


  • (n) one part in a million equal parts


  1. Nationwide, the group is on track to deliver its one-millionth meal in December.
  2. Even one-millionth part of fluorine in four daily glasses of water over a period of a year, said dentists, was enough to pit a growing child's teeth for life.
  3. If I didn't remember how I felt about long division, I'd go berserk some day when I see 'there' and 'their' mixed up for the one-millionth time.


  • Canada Post mobile app hits one million downloads

    Canadians accessing their postal services online and on the go more than ever OTTAWA, July 2, 2013 /CNW/ - Canada Post's mobile app hit a major milestone over the weekend as it was downloaded for the one-millionth ...
    on July 2, 2013     Source: PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance


  • Apple CEO Steve Jobs, in a statement Wednesday, said the iPhone was "off to a great start," adding "we hope to sell our one-millionth iPhone by the end of its first full quarter of sales."
    on Jul 25, 2007 By: Steve Jobs Source:

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