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squillion

(ˈskwɪljən)
n, pl -lions or -lion
(often plural) an extremely large but unspecified number, quantity, or amount
determiner
a. amounting to a squillion
b. (as pronoun): there were squillions of them everywhere.
Translations

squillion

n (inf)Myriade f usu pl, → Abermillionen pl; squillions of poundsAbermillionen Pfund
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The satellite channel has paid squillions for a taste of big-time European football but come the knock-out stage could be wondering where it all went wrong, just like Arsenal every season.
And that was certainly the case for this Summer Festival at St Laurence event, the evening sun streaming into Ludlow's magnificent Parish Church as Charles Owen settled into a reading which was as remarkable for its wit and character as for its sheer command over these squillions of notes.
When you're supremely successful, look great and have squillions in the bank, perhaps it's better to spend the day counting life's blessings rather than allowing meaningless nonsense to put your designer knick knacks in a twist.
With all those squillions of pounds they earn you'd think that they would spend a bit of it on some voice coaching.
Simply because it will demonstrate once and for all that you don't have to spend squillions to win it.
Surely feminism is about celebrating being a beautiful sexy woman, great mum and earning squillions more than most men just by blinking.
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While the tennis lovelies totter off with squillions for playing Wimbledon and golfers pocket a fortune every outing, Trina earned a scandalous pounds 6,000 for winning the crown and just pounds 2,000 when she was beaten in the final last week.