megadeal

megadeal

(ˈmɛɡəˌdiːl)
n
a very good deal or bargaina deal or transaction involving a large sum of money
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meg•a•deal

(ˈmɛg əˌdil)
n.
a large business transaction.
[1980–85]
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The global semiconductor manufacturing market has seen tremendous consolidation over the past decade, and another megadeal was announced on June 3.
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The duo's return to TV will delight fans left devastated when the pair quit the baking show in tomorrow bring I would to do TV Beedle September after Love Productions signed a megadeal to move from the BBC to Channel 4.
With overall volumes flat, this was a year of the "megadeal"(deals greater than PS1bn) led by the Energy, Utility, Mining & Infrastructure ("EUMI") and Health & Pharmaceuticals sectors.
Neither a transition away from its "girl in pink" spokesperson nor a failed megadeal with AT&T could bring the company the success it craved.