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millionfold

(ˈmɪlɪənˌfəʊld)
adj
equal to or having a million times as many or as much
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Adv.1.millionfold - by a factor of a millionmillionfold - by a factor of a million; "it increased a millionfold"
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millionfold

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adv a millionfoldmillionenfach, millionenfältig
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See ye not, she is the scarlet letter, only capable of being loved, and so endowed with a millionfold the power of retribution for my sin?
Voting for them is almost equivalent to spitting on the Philippine flag a millionfold!
From a starting point of $0.003, a single bitcoin is now worth $7,432-an increase in dollar terms of 2.4 millionfold in less than eight years.
In Nitkowski et al., the absorption spectrum can be made on a sample volume of roughly 2 nL--approximately a one millionfold decrease compared to conventional spectrophotometers.
"The pleasant appearance of the trade fair displays hides millionfold suffering of animals, an exorbitant usage of antibiotics for fattening animals, and an enormous environmental strain from mass livestock production," Weiger said.
These pressure treatments reduced the levels of Listeria by up to a millionfold.
That is to say, a young fellow screaming at the top of his voice into a microphone, backed by loud music, all amplified a millionfold through huge speakers, so loud as to bar natural conversation.
If a molecule is moved in close proximity to a metal like gold or silver, as with SERS technology, the signal is enhanced maybe up to a millionfold.
Normal serum sodium concentration is 140 meq /L, it is one millionfold of this amount.
On-chip millionfold sample stacking using transient isotachophoresis.
The media has expanded a millionfold in the last 40 years, so if you want to marvel at Mill Reef, or swoon at Secretariat, or pay homage to 'Himself', it's so easy.
Sarpeshkar used the same design principles in the RF cochlea to create a device that can perceive signals at a millionfold higher frequencies, which includes radio signals for most commercial wireless applications.