mega·​deal | \ ˈme-gə-ˌdēl How to pronounce megadeal (audio) \

Definition of megadeal

: a business deal involving a lot of money

Examples of megadeal in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web When Prescott was injured, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones assured him that the physical setback would not prevent them from the megadeal. Jarrett Bell, USA TODAY, 25 Oct. 2021 The megadeal, sources say, could be worth as much as $231 million with bonuses and escalators. Chris Fedor, cleveland, 2 July 2022 Jackson has a $23 million cap hit in 2022, the final year of his rookie contract, but a megadeal could create short-term savings. Jonas Shaffer,, 31 Jan. 2022 Xavien Howard and the Dolphins struck a new megadeal on Friday night, according to agent David Canter. Joe Schad, USA TODAY, 2 Apr. 2022 The Dallas Cowboys star was the last quarterback to get a megadeal, signing a four-year, $160 million extension with $126 million guaranteed in March. Jonas Shaffer,, 8 July 2021 Optimism about the outlook for Indian housing and infrastructure has already helped spur another megadeal. P.r. Venkat, WSJ, 16 May 2022 For a team that needs to fill out its roster with young, cheap talent in preparation for quarterback Lamar Jackson’s looming megadeal, this was a home run. Baltimore Sun, 3 May 2022 On Tuesday, GAC Media, run by former Crown Media president Bill Abbott, announced a megadeal with Bure. Emily Longeretta, Variety, 19 Apr. 2022 See More

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First Known Use of megadeal

1978, in the meaning defined above

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“Megadeal.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 13 Aug. 2022.

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