gazillion
noun Etymology: alteration of zillion Date: 1978 zilliongazillion adjectivegazillionth adjective

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  • gazillion — by 1984, with made up prefix and ending from billion, trillion, etc …   Etymology dictionary

  • gazillion — ☆ gazillion [gə zil′yən ] n. [arbitrary coinage < ZILLION] Slang a very large, indefinite number …   English World dictionary

  • gazillion — ga|zil|lion [gəˈzıljən] number informal an extremely large number = ↑a lot ▪ I have a gazillion things to do. >gazillion n ▪ gazillions of dollars …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • gazillion — UK [ɡəˈzɪlɪən] / US [ɡəˈzɪljən] noun [countable] Word forms gazillion : singular gazillion plural gazillions very informal a very large number or amount …   English dictionary

  • gazillion — a large number I received a gazillion emails while on vacation …   Dictionary of american slang

  • gazillion — a large number I received a gazillion emails while on vacation …   Dictionary of american slang

  • gazillion — /geuh zil yeuhn/, n. an extremely large, indeterminate number. [ga , var. of KA + ZILLION] * * * …   Universalium

  • gazillion — noun An unspecified large number (of). quotations Syn: bajillion, bazillion, jillion, kajillion, hojillion, squillion, kabillion …   Wiktionary

  • gazillion — ga|zil|lion [ gə zıljən ] noun count VERY INFORMAL a very large number or amount …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • gazillion — n American a very large number or quantity. An alter native form for zillion, squillion and bazil lion …   Contemporary slang

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