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zillion

American English: /ˈzɪljən/
British English: /ˈzɪljən/

noun

  • [colloquial]I have zillions of things to do
    tengo tropecientas or (Latin America also) sepetecientas or (Colombia) enemil cosas que hacer [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • A few quick mathematical calculations will show that there's heaps, piles, zillions more places where conditions like this exist in Space than on a planet's surface.
    • There are zillions of people - not zillions, millions and millions of people in this country who know exactly what's going on.
    • ‘I'd like to be a famous rock star with a million zillions of dollars,’ she says.
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