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gazillionaire

Syllabification: ga·zil·lion·aire
Pronunciation: /ɡəˈzilyəˌne(ə)r
 
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Definition of gazillionaire in English:

noun

informal
An extremely rich person: it’s really not hard to look fabulous when you’re a gazillionaire in your early 20s I’ve never claimed to be a gazillionaire—the press labeled me one
More example sentences
  • I guess being a gazillionaire makes up for being the ugliest man in the world.
  • Whether it is car czars or bank barons, there's not lot of love for gazillionaire executives these days.
  • Maybe I'll become a regular on the show and then I'll be a gazillionaire just like them!

Origin

1980s: from gazillion, on the pattern of millionaire.

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