Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Million"

The meaning of "Million" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does " millions 'strong' " strong? does this mean strength? mean?
A: "strong" here just refers to a specific number of people. It does not refer to their strength.
Q: What does stash away your millions mean?
A: Hide money somewhere. What are you reading lol
Q: What does "untold millions falling into your lap." mean?
A: untold = 無数の~
untold millions = 何百万の~

to fall into your lap = 自分にひょっこり舞い込む
(lap = 座った時にできる腰からひざ頭までの水平な部分)
Q: What does Just as other millions and quadrillions of atoms are the tiny building blocks which make up everything in the world mean?
A: This is incomplete and does not make much sense without more context.

“Just as....” implies there might be an analogy next, but in your example, there is not.
Q: What does millions of women are exploring what it means to transition to natural hair.

transition? mean?
A: transition means to change from doing things or apearing one way to another way. "Transitioning to natural hair" is when a person returns to their natural hair texture from a chemically straightened or heat-trained texture.

Example sentences using "Million"

Q: Please show me example sentences with millions of people is or millions of people are.please help me .
A: When talking about more than one person you use the plural form - 'are'.
"millions of people are..."
Examples:
"There are millions of people attending the event."
"There are millions of people here."
Q: Please show me example sentences with millions .
A: Millions of peoole don't know the value of trust.

She won millions of dollars in the lottery.

Millions of years ago, dinosaurs reigned our planet

Synonyms of "Million" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between a million of and millions of ?
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Q: What is the difference between 70 millions of years ago and 70 millions years ago ?
A: There is no difference in those sentences, but, the correct way to say that is " 70 million years ago". "Millions of years ago" is only in reference to an unspecific time frame.

Translations of "Million"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? millions means
A: What's the context? If you're trying to say "bahut tareeke hai..." that would be "There are a million means to..."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? A millions dreams are keepin’ me awake. Why keepin’ instead of keeping?
A: People often say Keepin. The writer is making the dialogue sound more natural.

Keepin, keeping

Other questions about "Million"

Q: Sometimes we just have to look up at the millions of stars at night to see /how small our problems are. does this sound natural?
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Q: I emailed him millions of times but he never replied back. does this sound natural?
A: The word "back" is unnecessary.
Q: there are millions of people travel around the world every year. flying is necessary for them. does this sound natural?
A: You forgot the “who”: There are millions of people WHO travel around the world every. Flying is necessary for them.
Also, don’t forget to capitalize the first letter in the sentence! Otherwise, it’s pretty good, hope this helped!
Q: Why "17 millions members" is wrong but "billions years ago" is right?
A: if the number is specified, you don't put "s" at the end of the numerical units.
otherwise, you put the "s" and add "of" between the numerical units and the noun that follows.

- 17 billion years
- millions of members

you dig?
Q: There are millions of children who suffer from hanger in the world. does this sound natural?
A: Although that all makes sense, I recommend taking out the "in the world" part. It gives the sentence an uncomfortable ending feeling. I believe the reason for this uncomfortable feeling is because the phrase "in the world" isn't necessary at all.

Why isn't it necessary then?
ALL humans live in a world called "Earth" right? That's the answer. Everyone knows that children (no matter what race) live in a world so theoretically your stating the obvious (unless you want to emphasise that these children aren't aliens).

"There are millions of children who suffer from hunger" is a better way of putting it.

Also, I believe you made a spelling mistake. I'm not sure how you mistyped "hunger" for "hanger" as the distance between the letter "a" and "u" is quite far, but I just want you to know that these words are completely different.

Meanings and usages of similar words and phrases

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