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mega British & World English

Very large; huge

megabucks British & World English

A very large amount of money

megacity British & World English

A very large city, typically one with a population of over ten million people

megadose British & World English

A very large dose of a vitamin or drug

megaflop1 British & World English

A unit of computing speed equal to one million or (strictly) 1,048,576 floating-point operations per second

megaflop2 British & World English

A thing that is a complete failure

megastar British & World English

A very famous person in the world of entertainment or sport

megachurch British & World English

A church with an unusually large congregation, typically one preaching a conservative or evangelical form of Christianity

megadairy British & World English

A very large-scale commercial dairy farm, typically housing thousands of cows in indoor facilities

megadeath British & World English

A unit used in quantifying the casualties of nuclear war, equal to the deaths of one million people

megafauna British & World English

The large mammals of a particular region, habitat, or geological period

megastore British & World English

A very large shop, typically one specializing in a particular type of product

megastructure British & World English

A massive construction or structure, especially a complex of many buildings


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