Crossword clues for mil
- Big lotto prize, for short
- Bucks, on a scoreboard
- Measure of thanks?
- 254,000 angstroms
- A lot of bucks ... or the Bucks, briefly
- Unit equal to 254,000 angstroms
- "Cool" amount of money
- Thousand G's
- A metric unit of volume equal to one thousandth of a liter
- An angular unit used in artillery
- A Cypriot monetary unit equal to one thousandth of a pound
- Used to specify thickness (e.g., of sheets or wire)
- A unit of length equal to one thousandth of an inch
- Equal to 1/6400 of a complete revolution
- Former Palestinian coin
- Cubic centimeter
- Legendary father of Irish kings
- Unit of length
- Wire measurement
- One-thousandth of an inch
- Artillery unit of angular measurement
- One-thousandth inch
- .001 of an inch
- Unit of wire thickness
- Thickness unit
- 1/1000 inch
- N.L. Central team, on a scoreboard
- .001 inch
- Fraction of an inch
- Thou squared
- Wire measure
- Minimal measure
- Tiny angular measurement
- Cool number?
- Big number, slangily
- Start of a Brewers line score
- "Cool" amount
- Bag thickness
- 1,000 G's
- N.L. Central team, on scoreboards
- Thou of thous
- TV audience unit: Abbr.
- Prize in a popular game show, for short
- "Cool" sum
- Part of a modern soldier's address
- "Thanks a ___!"
- Nice amount of moola
- Measure of thickness
- G squared?
- Big lotto win, briefly
- Many G's
- Army, navy and air force: Abbr.
- Thousand thou
The Collaborative International Dictionary
mil \mil\ n.
an obsolete monetary unit of Cyprus equal in value to [frac1x1000] of a pound.
a unit of length equal to [frac1x1000] inch, used especially in measuring the thickness of sheets of materials.
one milliliter; -- used mostly in informal speech.
Syn: milliliter, millilitre, ml, cubic centimeter, cubic centimetre, cc.
a unit of angular size equal to [frac1x6400] of 360 degrees; -- it is used especially in artillery ranging.
mil \mil\ n. [by contraction from million.] One million dollars; as, his new house cost over a mil.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
n. 1 An angular mil, a unit of angular measurement equal to 1⁄6400 of a complete circle. At 1000 metres one '''mil''' subtends about one metre (0.98 m). Also 1⁄6000 and 1⁄6300 are used in other countries. 2 A unit of measurement equal to 1⁄1000 of an inch, usually used for thin objects, such as sheets of plastic. 3 a former subdivision (1/1000) of the http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maltese%20lira 4 (context informal English) (abbreviation of million English)
n. a unit of length equal to one thousandth of an inch; used to specify thickness (e.g., of sheets or wire)
a Cypriot monetary unit equal to one thousandth of a pound
an angular unit used in artillery; equal to 1/6400 of a complete revolution
Mil, mil, or MIL may refer to:
Usage examples of "mil".
Milner, B, Corkin, S, and Teuber, H L Further analysis of the hippocampal amnesic syndrome: 14 year follow-up study of H.
It only took a few mils of magsol to attune the tiny, fluctuating electromagnetic fields of human brain waves to the Ssi-ruuvi entechment apparatus.
I had followed the highway to its end, not running from but going to, like Milner and Maharis, searching until I reached the sea.
His thoughts alternated between worry about the condition in which they would find Christopher and anticipation of what Robert Milner had told him in the lobby of the Ramada Renaissance forty days earlier.
MMU backpack, evidently built to mil spec, was considerably more advanced than Bootstrap hardware.
She was walking quickly, excitedly, but not fast enough to satisfy Milner, who ran to meet her.
Bragford had his secretary bring coffee for his guests while he shared niceties with Alice Bernley and Robert Milner about their recent projects.
Robert Milner was sure Bragford was patronizing them, but he was suffering too greatly from the embarrassment to respond.
Assistant Secretary-General Robert Milner and Namibian Ambassador Thomas Sabudu paused briefly to be sure everything was in order before stepping onto the elevator.
Secretary Milner has said about your personal sway with the Third World members was not just flattery, Mr.
He looked up to see Assistant Secretary-General Milner standing next to Ambassador Hansen, looking straight at him.
At this moment he was supposed to have been on a cruise around the world, taking a well-earned vacation before starting to work at ECOSOC in the position for which Milner had recommended him.
Secretary Milner was involved in the development of the curriculum for the class.
There, standing in the open bathroom door was former Assistant Secretary-General Milner dressed in his hospital gown.
Christopher resisted but counted them anyway as Milner, refusing to let the feat go unmeasured, started to count for himself.