bazillion


bazillion
ba·zil·lion

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  • bazillion — ☆ bazillion [bə zil′yən ] n. 〚arbitrary coinage /span> ZILLION〛 Slang a very large, indefinite number * * * …   Universalium

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

  • bazillion — [ba ziljan] n. an indefinite, enormous number. □ Ernie gave me a bazillion good reasons why he shouldn’t do it. □ Next year’s bazillion dollar budget should make things even worse …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • Bazillion — An exaggeration of a number so large that it could never really be counted to. I would have made it here sooner honey, but there were a bazillion cars on the road and they were all goin really slow …   Dictionary of american slang

  • Bazillion — An exaggeration of a number so large that it could never really be counted to. I would have made it here sooner honey, but there were a bazillion cars on the road and they were all goin really slow …   Dictionary of american slang

  • bazillion — n American a very large number or quantity. An alter native form of zillion, squillion and gazil lion. ► There are about a bazillion poems about trees. (Clarissa Explains It All, US TV comedy, 1994) …   Contemporary slang

  • bazillion — [bə zɪljən] cardinal number informal, chiefly N. Amer. a very large number: a bazillion dollar payout. Origin 1980s: prob. a blend of billion and gazillion …   English new terms dictionary

  • bazillion — n. a vast, enormous, or indefinite amount. I ve got like a bazillion things to do …   English slang

  • bazillion — bəˈzilyən noun ( s) Etymology: alteration of zillion : a large indeterminate number • bazillion adjective …   Useful english dictionary

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