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millieme

(miːlˈjɛm)
n
(Currencies) a Tunisian monetary unit worth one thousandth of a dinar. Also called: millime
[from French millième thousandth]

millième

(miːlˈjɛm)
n
(Currencies) an Egyptian monetary unit worth one thousandth of a lira
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mil•lieme

or mil•lième

(milˈyɛm, miˈyɛm)

n.
a monetary unit of Egypt and Sudan, equal to 1/1000 of a pound.
[1900–05; < French millième « Latin millēsimus thousandth; see millesimal]
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