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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmegabucksmeg‧a‧bucks /ˈmeɡəbʌks/ noun [plural]  informalLOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNT a very large amount of money She’s earning megabucks now.
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megabucksBut she won't let her megabucks prize change her life ... it's only worth £160.30p.It's costing me megabucks to get the car fixed.
From Longman Business Dictionarymegabucksmeg‧a‧bucks /ˈmegəbʌks/ noun [plural] informal American English a very large amount of moneyIt also means your land is worthless, your credit dries up, and you may owe megabucks.megabucks adjective [only before a noun]a megabucks deal
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