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  • n. Plural form of zillion.


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  • Midges come in zillions of shapes and sizes, and there's no way to imitate them all.

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  • So you’re kinda hamstrung there, but hey, it’s bringing in zillions of dollars every year so you know, I guess they do have something to be worried about.

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  • Unfortunately, most of the comments were juvenile, incorrect and full of bravado wondering why "aliens" would come 'zillions' of miles to put

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  • Steve, after connecting yourself with a 2 years old girl through the magic of the iPhone, please connect to the "zillions" of Europeans who, like me, are awating this device.

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  • Scientists estimate that, in turn, "zillions" of these cards were produced.

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  • As Evans succinctly put it, there were "zillions" of dollars to be made from the oil and gas reserves in the Timor Sea.


  • Modern technical telescopes and achievements plus we can see galaxies "zillions" of light years away, but these little monsters are not detectable until it's too late.

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  • They say the "zillions" wasted on Wall Street and Main Street.

  • "Within hours, we were flooded and we couldn't handle it," Madadian says of the "zillions" of messages of support he received from his fellow Iranians on Facebook, MySpace and his personal website.

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  • */mitanyaakhi/? large number (slang? like our "zillions") *

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