Definition of Godzilla in English:

Godzilla

Syllabification: God·zil·la
Pronunciation: /gädˈzilə
 
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noun

informal humorous
1A particularly enormous example (of something): a Godzilla of a condominium tower
More example sentences
  • It's the attack of the 50-foot art-film-fusion monster - a Godzilla of cinematic conceit!
  • This must rate as the Godzilla of all teen strops.
  • The closer you get to the top of the supply chain, the more you face the two Godzillas of the industry Delphi and Visteon.
2A person or thing likened to a frightful and menacing creature: Don’t let Nurse Godzilla catch you. She’ll raise holy hell
More example sentences
  • And then Auntie Kim would turn into a raging, female Godzilla and possibly endanger the species of mankind forever.
  • Grown men jumped up and ran away, crying ‘dog’, making us look at the mutt at the end of the leash to see if it had instantly metamorphosed into a doggie Godzilla.
  • Sure it may be robots taking care of the elderly now but it's not a far cry from a robotic Godzilla taking over the world!

Origin

from the name of a huge prehistoric monster featured in a series of Japanese films from 1954.

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