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Two Comma

A slang term describing any contract worth between $1 million and $10 million. For example, an investment in $4 million in stock in a two comma deal.
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two-comma: Denotes anything that costs $1,000,000 or more.
Try using the "two-comma set" for those with more than $1 million (because it takes at least two commas to write in numerals).
that singer-actress Whitney Houston "will get a two-comma fee, as in millions
I like it for its freshness and brevity: a two-comma income.