Mega Definition

In some areas of computing, mega can sometimes refer to 1,048,576 (220) units of information, for example, one megabyte, one megaword, but 1000000 (106) units of other sizes, for example, transfer rates: 1Megabit/s = 1000000bit/s. The prefix mebi- has been proposed as a prefix for 220 to avoid ambiguity. From Old Norse mega, from Proto-Germanic *maganą, from Proto-Indo-European *magh-, *megh-. Art Basel itself is just the center of a group of mega-shows taking place in Miami this week. From Malay mega, from Sanskrit मेघ (megha, “cloud”). The FSLN-controlled legislature approved the megaproject under a cloud of secrecy in a record seven-day time. They envisioned a multi-ethnic and multicultural socialist mega-state. Since this letter A is formed by a larger aperture than the previous one, it can be called A mega. And who can blame them for feeling disenfranchised when they see their efforts overshadowed by mega-donors. mega (past-present, third person singular present indicative má, third person past singular indicative mátti, supine position mátt) Mary Matalin once called it a “multimedia mega-prodigy!” mega (spelling jawi ميܢ, plural mega-mega, informal 1. possessive megaku, 2.

possessive megamu, 3. possessive meganya) The Merozoites to which they lead (micro- and megamerozoites) are therefore different. We have reached a tipping point where mega-donors completely dominate the landscape. mega (accusative singular megan, plural megajn, accusative plural megajn) The best example is Japan, which has built its entire megaeconomy on these foundations. mega (comparatively more mega, most mega superlative) mega (nominative masculine singular fort megaer, not comparable) I call him mega-ergaton, “the great teachable worker”. Mega is a unit prefix in metric systems of units that denotes a factor of one million (106 or 1000000). It has the unit symbol M. Its use was confirmed in the International System of Units (SI) in 1960. Mega comes from ancient Greek: μέγας, romanized: megas, lit.

[1]. When units appear in the exponentiation, such as the square and cubic shape, each multiple prefix is considered part of the unit and therefore included in the exponentiation. Often written with the following word, as if a new word were compound, or parsed as a prefix.