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duodecillion

[ doo-oh-di-sil-yuhn, dyoo- ]
/ 藢du o蕣 d瑟藞s瑟l y蓹n, 藢dyu- /
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noun, plural du路o路de路cil路lions, (as after a numeral) du路o路de路cil路lion.
a cardinal number represented in the U.S. by 1 followed by 39 zeros, and in Great Britain by 1 followed by 72 zeros.
adjective
amounting to one duodecillion in number.
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Origin of duodecillion

1910鈥15; <Latin duodec(im) twelve + -illion, as in million

OTHER WORDS FROM duodecillion

du路o路de路cil路lionth, noun, adjective
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How to use duodecillion in a sentence

  • All the hairs on the heads of all human beings, which are supposed to be numberless, are only a small fraction of a duodecillion.

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