A very huge number, bigger than a million, a billion and the two multiplied together.
The white house cost a bijillion dollars to buy.
作者 Quantum_Moose 2006年5月01日
pronounced (ba-jill-ion). It’s an over exaggeration of a number of things. It’s a combination of million and billion. it is commonly used in a sarcastic way, but can be said in a serious disagreement or conversation without seeming unintelligent.
two girls walked into a very expensive clothes store.
girl 1: "wow, these clothes must all cost a bigillion dollars!"
girl 2: "i know right!"
作者 bleeding_bubblegum 2010年4月20日
an exaggeration of ALOT
chris: omgz! lyke he is such a myspace whore. look!
meg: yeah, nig. he has a bijillion friends he doesnt even talk to.
作者 Terri K 2006年4月26日

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