I have a few millions results


I have a few million results

Which one is grammatical?


You don't pluralize numbers unless it's followed by of something. For example:

I have millions of results.

It will cost hundreds of dollars

In every other context I can think of, million (or thousand, billion, trillion etc.) should be singular.

I have a few million results.

I have a couple million results.

I have several million results

I have X million results.

  • 1
    Do you mean "pluralise"?
    – Dog Lover
    Jun 18 '15 at 5:43

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