Translation of billionaire in Spanish:


multimillonario, n.

Pronunciation /ˌbɪljəˈnɛr/ /bɪljəˈnɛː/


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    multimillonario masculine
    multimillonaria feminine
    • Melbourne is filling with tycoons, moguls, magnates, billionaires and mere millionaires.
    • And there are multi-millionaires and billionaires earning hundreds of millions of dollars per year.
    • Last year there were 497 billionaires with a net worth of 1.54 trillion dollars.
    • They each will hold enough other shares to make them billionaires, at least on paper, if the IPO is successful.
    • First he was in Sudan, where he managed part of the Saudi billionaire's assets.
    • But there is no argument about his creative genius, which has made him a dollar billionaire.
    • Five hundred and fifty billionaires possess the same amount of wealth as the poorest 2 billion people on the planet.
    • He is listed as the billionaire whose net worth declined the most, a hefty 91 per cent.
    • But Mexico has more billionaires and millionaires than any country in Latin America.
    • At the same time I get angry when I think a bunch of billionaires and millionaires are going to go on strike because they can only think of themselves.
    • Who cares about the squabbles between billionaires and millionaires?
    • This group of millionaires and billionaires believes in the biblical adage that says, to whom much is given, much is required.
    • What about a little more than a dozen billionaires and 40 million poor people in Russia?
    • More recently, it's been a case of millionaires striking against billionaires.
    • We need to money to see this sight reserved for millionaires and billionaires.
    • Most of the Russian billionaires and multimillionaires control raw materials and their associated industries.
    • Being a billionaire, he hopes, will at least give him a style edge over his opponents.
    • The numbers of millionaires and billionaires has grown in direct proportion to the numbers condemned to lives of misery and hardship.
    • The Davos summit has been going on for decades, mostly as a place for billionaires and millionaires to mingle.
    • Six of the country's billionaires have some involvement in Yukos.
    • Black homeownership is growing, as are the ranks of the Black millionaires and billionaires among us.