American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A product or event, such as a movie or concert, that is exceedingly successful.
- n. an unusually successful hit with widespread popularity and huge sales (especially a movie or play or recording or novel)
“If you’ve been following the nation’s growing “real food” movement, you may know of Joel Salatin, who features in megahit The Omnivore’s Dilemma and upcoming food documentary FRESH.”
“Doug Creutz of Cowen and Company said qualms ran deeper than whether “Up” will be a hit — he thinks it will — but rather whether Pixar can deliver the kind of megahit it once did.”
“Up" will be a hit - he thinks it will - but rather whether Pixar can deliver the kind of megahit it once did.”
“Doug Creutz of Cowen and Company said qualms ran deeper than whether "Up" will be a hit -- he thinks it will -- but rather whether Pixar can deliver the kind of megahit it once did.”
“The top five "megahit" games make between $1 million and $3 million a month.”
“And as one might have expected, "Titanic," James Cameron's maudlin megahit movie, is being rereleased—in 3-D, of course.”
“Choral group Voce will perform romantic love songs, from the jazzy "My Funny Valentine" to a rendition of Whitney Houston's megahit "I Will Always Love You.”
“The network thankfully still has another megahit in The Big Bang Theory, also from Lorre.”
“Her rich alto also soared on American gems such as Van Morrison's "Moondance" and Irving Berlin's "Let's Face the Music and Dance" and Peggy Lee's megahit, "Fever.”
“Fast forward to 2009, Discovery has itself a bonafide ratings megahit, 4 Primetime Emmy noms (and a win), and a passionate, loyal audience.”
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