Spanish Noun: Magnate, milmillonario
Pronunciation: Mahg-nahn-tay, meel-mee-yoh-nah-reeoh
Translation: Magnate, billionaire
There are gradations is Spanish too for the very rich, so magnate doesn’t change: ‘magnate’, a billionaire is a ‘milmillonario’ (still to be widely accepted), a multi-millionaire is a ‘multimillonario’ and a millionaire a ‘millonario’
‘Milenario’ has nothing to do with money, but with time: it means “millennial”.
Ahora es un millonaria… antes de 2007 era multimillonaria
She is now a millionaire… before 2007 she was a multimillionaire