Dictionary: look million dollars
look/feel like a million dollars
UK also look/feel a million dollars, US also look/feel like a million bucks
informal to look or feel extremely good, often because you are wearing something that costs a lot of money:
"You look like a million dollars in that dress, honey!"
feel/look like a million dollars/bucks
- to feel/look very good
an elegant suit that makes her look like a million dollars
feel/look like a million bucks
From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
feel/look like a million bucks, especially American English
informal: to feel or look very healthy, happy, and beautiful
BE examples without like
"She wanted to look a million dollars," her former stylist Anna Harvey recalls. "And she did."
Sam and Luisa look a million dollars
James Martin serves up dishes that look a million dollars but won't break the bank.
Look a million bucks in Amanda Wakeley, without breaking the bank.
BE examples with like
to look like a million dollars
to feel like a million dollars
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Definition of look/feel like a million dollars/bucks
informal: to look/feel very good She looks like a million bucks since she lost all that weight.
''Trust me, I can put on a $15 pair of shoes with a $1,500 dress and look like a million dollars,'' Ms. Jones asserted. ''It's about putting it together.''
AE: look like...bucks
"Bernie, you look like a million bucks or to put in terms you'll actually understand you look like 37,000 small donations of $27 each," Obama said,
It was a sparkling late-summer day, the kind of day that makes the suburbs look like a million bucks,