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But a new raffle guaranteed at least one millionaire per draw. The Sun (2016)Is your sympathy with the millionaires or the billionaires? Times, Sunday Times (2012)The millionaire businessman said that he wanted to focus more of his energies on his charity work. Times, Sunday Times (2007)So who wants to play the millionaire property game? Times, Sunday Times (2011)The modest self-made millionaire has been spotted running round the track himself. The Sun (2006)He's now a millionaire many times over. BAD BOY BALLMER (2002)All three are self-made millionaires with humble beginnings. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Did you join the property millionaires' club this year? Times, Sunday Times (2014)It is made possible by a vile culture of greed, but it is only millionaires ripping off billionaires. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Most follow the same formula, luring you to a workshop by claiming that they can help you to become a property millionaire. Times, Sunday Times (2009)WHAT better place to get backing for a new film than a millionaires' playground? The Sun (2010)I'm sure there are millionaires and billionaires who think it only fair they pay more tax. The Sun (2015)Then, over the next five years, he became a millionaire many times over. Times, Sunday Times (2006)His benefit in 2005 yielded more than 3million and he is a millionaire many times over. The Sun (2009)There are 400,000 property millionaires in Britain. Times, Sunday Times (2015)For the third successive year, British-based millionaires are getting richer at a faster pace than those based overseas. Times, Sunday Times (2012)THIS is the moment a millionaire businessman tried to stop a neighbour's helicopter taking off - by climbing on it. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'millionaire'
British English: millionaire /ˌmɪljəˈnɛə/ NOUN
A millionaire is someone who has money or property worth at least a million pounds or dollars.
By the time he died, he was a millionaire.
- American English: millionaire
- Arabic: مِلْيُونِير
- Brazilian Portuguese: milionário
- Chinese: 百万富翁
- Croatian: milijunaš
- Czech: milionář
- Danish: millionær
- Dutch: miljonair
- European Spanish: millonario
- Finnish: miljonääri
- French: millionnaire
- German: Millionär
- Greek: εκατομμυριούχος
- Italian: milionario
- Japanese: 大金持ち
- Korean: 백만장자
- Norwegian: millionær
- Polish: milioner
- European Portuguese: milionário
- Romanian: milionar
- Russian: миллионер
- Spanish: millonario
- Swedish: miljonär
- Thai: เศรษฐีเงินล้าน
- Turkish: milyoner
- Ukrainian: мільйонер
- Vietnamese: triệu phú
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