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bazillion

(bəˈzɪljən)
n. an indefinite, enormous number. Ernie gave me a bazillion good reasons why he shouldn’t do it.
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Your $10 million credit union's small staff responsible for complying with gazillions of regulations and anticipating a bazillion more while adding copious technological advances.
TT: So if I've worked hard all my life and I've made a bazillion samolians, and I want to start playing in public life.
In fact it is equal to other members of the indeterminate number system, such as BAJILLION, BAZILLION, GAZILLION and UMPTILLION.
Grangers joked: "Deal has fallen through, HMRC bill is 90 bazillion, All Rangers songs are banned, we're being deducted 10 points a year for the next 10 years or until we go out of business.
When I started in this profession a bazillion years ago, there was just nothing going on in the daily life of residents.
Maybe there's the producer of the exhibit and maybe there's a designer or a production manager, but you don't have a bazillion opinions.
Another type of role--a central element of green public space in quite a densely built up urban context as at Bazillion Convent complex (point 12 in Fig.
I figure, "I'm surrounded by a bazillion Mexicans, who eat this stuff everyday, and they seem okay.
You are armed with '87 Bazillion guns' - their words not mine
There are a bazillion humans on this earth and, compared with the way we treat man-made machines, relatively few of us drop dead purely from over-exertion.
Because of this stimulus money, we're going to see 50 bazillion little EMR companies pop up.
The designer doesn't have to buy 10 bazillion yards of fabric when they don't even know if the customer's going to respond to a given fabric.
My firm had done about a bazillion dollars worth of these
There are lots of banks in Switzerland, a world leader in finance, and something that earns them at least 20 gazillion Swiss francs per year (up from SFr 14 bazillion in the 1990s).