There are 2 definitions of Juggernaut in English:

Juggernaut

Line breaks: Jug¦ger|naut
Pronunciation: /ˈdʒʌgənɔːt
 
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There are 2 definitions of Juggernaut in English:

juggernaut

Line breaks: jug¦ger|naut
Pronunciation: /ˈdʒʌgənɔːt
 
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noun

British
  • 1A large, heavy vehicle, especially an articulated lorry: the juggernaut thundered through the countryside
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    • Misha kept the map under her arm and walked back over to the black juggernaut, the Polish lorry driver climbing back into his cab.
    • It whizzes up steep hills with brio and remains stable as it passes coaches and juggernauts.
    • Now the juggernauts and caravans are thundering up again from the south coast on their extra lanes.
  • 1.1A huge, powerful, and overwhelming force: the juggernaut of public expenditure
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    • He described the development, which could start as early as 2007, as ‘a huge juggernaut heading this way’.
    • The Local Government forced amalgamation juggernaut is on its way.
    • People round the world look at the US and see a powerful, war-hungry juggernaut.

Origin

mid 19th century: extension of Juggernaut.

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