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buttload Line breaks: butt|load
Pronunciation: /ˈbʌtləʊd/

Definition of buttload in English:

noun

North American informal
A large number or amount: the company will make a buttload of money a buttload of big-name actors
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  • Helmet returns after a long time away, during which a buttload of bands have nicked their sound but haven't been able to match the sheer power of the band.
  • Tonight was the last night of break, which was depressing, but I went bowling with a buttload of people: Callie, Katie Mac, Shanea, Concetta, Chris, DJ, Ben, Steve, Joanna, Mark, and Mario.
  • Took a buttload of photos (about 200), mainly of my mate who was graduating.

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