Definition of One million million million

1. Noun. The number that is represented as a one followed by 18 zeros. "In England they call a quintillion a trillion"




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Lexicographical Neighbors of One Million Million Million

one hundred six
one hundred sixty
one hundred sixty-five
one hundred ten
one hundred thirty
one hundred thirty-five
one hundred twenty
one hundred twenty-five
one in a million
one in the eye for
one iron
one legged
one man and a dog
one million
one million million
one million million million (current term)
one moment, please
one more time for the sweet souvenir
one o'clock
one of a kind
one of a kinds
one of his majesty's bad bargains
one of the boys
one of these days
one of those days
one one's coattails
one percent
one short
one shot

Literary usage of One million million million

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Harvard Classics by Charles William Eliot (1910)
"If the mass moved is the same, and the range of motion is the same, then the force would be one million million million million times as great as the force ..."

2. Scientific Papers: Physics, Chemistry, Astronomy, Geology by Michael Faraday, Hermann von Helmholtz, William Thomson Kelvin, Simon Newcomb, Archibald Geikie (1910)
"If the mass moved is the same, and the range of motion is the same, then the force would be one million million million million times as great as the force ..."

3. Elementary Zoology by Vernon Lyman Kellogg (1901)
"... and in the fourth, ie the great great grandchildren of the first oyster, there would be one million million million million of oysters. ..."

4. Popular Science Monthly (1902)
"The united weight of one million million million molecules of hydrogen would therefore just be detectable on such a balance. Ultra-Atomic Matter. ..."

5. Lessons in Chemical Philosophy: An Introductory Study for Use in Colleges by John Howard Appleton, Herbert William Conn (1890)
"... an amount about equal to one and one quarter ounces divided by one million million million million. This minute weight has received the special name ..."

6. Popular Lectures and Addresses by William Thomson Kelvin (1891)
"If the mass moved is the same, and the range of motion is the same, then the force would be one million million million million times as great as the force ..."

7. Proceedings by Royal Institution of Great Britain (1906)
"The united weight of one million million million molecules of hydrogen would therefore just be detectable on such a balance. ..."

8. Lessons in Chemical Philosophy by John Howard Appleton (1890)
"... an amount about equal to one and one quarter ounces divided by one million million million million. This minute weight has received the special name ..."

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