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bajillion

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Pronunciation: /bəˈdʒɪljən
 
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Definition of bajillion in English:

cardinal number

informal , chiefly North American
An extremely large number (used for emphasis): I’ve still got a bajillion things to do
More example sentences
  • The art of giving an effective presentation is, of course, a bajillion dollar business outside the insular world of software development.
  • There are a bajillion catfish restaurants in Hot Springs!
  • Eddie's commitment issues are nothing that we haven't seen a bajillion times before in other, better movies, and we really don't learn anything else about him.

Origin

1990s: fanciful formation on the pattern of billion and million.

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