English version

zillion

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishzillionzil‧lion /ˈzɪljən/ noun [countable] informal 🔊 🔊 LOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNTa very large number of thingsa zillion 🔊 I’ve seen that movie a zillion times.zillions of something 🔊 zillions of mosquitoes
Examples from the Corpus
zillionAfter a lifetime and a zillion points, the inconceivable happened: Dusty notched up a record and retired to his farm.It was a clever memento sent to half a zillion other loyal Democrats.They can either produce a few we protected offspring or a zillion unprotected ones.Does it end six zillion miles east of Poughkeepsie?zillions of somethingThere were zillions of mosquitoes in the woods.
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