Definition of mega
1 : vast a mega electronics store
2 : of the highest level of rank, excellence, or importance a number one hit made her mega
Examples of mega in a Sentence
an actor who has become a mega celebrity
I will never understand why people build those mega houses on tiny lots.
Recent Examples of mega from the Web
A series of mega-mergers currently under way is concentrating even more power in the hands of a few, giving them the heft to barge into new markets.
This year's mega-sale, which is basically Black Friday for Amazon Prime members, is in full swing.
The card room also includes an entry into the July 23 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open mega satellite (worth $570) with each high hand.
But even with Bannon back in power, his juice may be unlikely to move the needle on the most sacrosanct of Republican legislative topics: asking mega-rich people to pay even a penny more in taxes.
This summer, the mega e-commerce site’s deals are bigger than ever with its annual super sale starting on July 10th at 9pm and running for 30 hours.
The demise of the mega-chain Corinthian Colleges, alone, led to more than 15,000 loan discharges, totaling $247 million.
Mylee's sister took the above pictures of their tearful parting, which have since gone mega-viral.
ASKED DOC KREMCHECK why MLB organizations keep throwing mega-millions at kid pitchers/young veterans who throw too hard too young and blow themselves out too early.
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Origin and Etymology of mega
First Known Use: 1968See Words from the same year
Definition of mega-
1a : great : large megasporeb : greatly surpassing others of its kind megahit
2 : million (106) megohm megacycle
MEGA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mega for English Language Learners
: very large
: very popular, successful, or important
Definition of mega- for English Language Learners
: great : large
: million : multiplied by one million
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