oceans of

oceans of someone or something

 and an ocean of someone or something
a very large amount of something. The naughty student was in oceans of trouble. After a week of vacation, there was an ocean of work to do.
See also: ocean, of
References in classic literature ?
He stood, in fact, upon that dividing ridge which Indians regard as the crest of the world; and on each side of which, the landscape may be said to decline to the two cardinal oceans of the globe.
The Living Ocean" is a four volume series designed to introduce children ages 7 to 12 and students in grades 3 and 4 to some of the fascinating fish and mammals that make their home in the seas and oceans of the world.
Many think of rainforests as the `lungs of the planet' even though photosynthesis in the oceans of the world contribute more oxygen to our atmosphere than all terrestrial plants and ecosystems combined.
At Bombardier, we are committed to the continued development of innovative outboard engines and technologies that enable our products to deliver cleaner, lower emission products to help preserve the oceans of the world," Lambert added.