Definition of 'mega'
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This is an end to public sector mega deals in the UK. Computing (2010)Soccer stars with mega bank balances may have to shell out a fortune in legal fees. The Sun (2011)That means there are mega deals around on cars with low mileage. The Sun (2011)So how can we make the most of these mega deals? The Sun (2011)Everybody will spend mega money for players but the number of good players or great players is limited. Times, Sunday Times (2010)My husband is not a bad man but got into mega money trouble and lied to me about it. The Sun (2015)Global fame and mega sponsorship deals? Times, Sunday Times (2006)IT'S been a long journey to the top for pop mega star Will. The Sun (2013)They've got mega money so our lives are very different. The Sun (2010)MY hubby wants to get a coffee machine but the ones in the shops are mega money. The Sun (2012)He keeps winning, but he is still awaiting the national acclaim and still hoping for the mega money. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Natural resources may be thirsty for its next mega deal, but the global drinks industry has got one in already. Times, Sunday Times (2014)BRITAIN is wasting 600million a year by not replacing old prisons with new mega jails. The Sun (2013)A new generation of mega chalets is emerging in the Alps. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We don't have mega, mega movie stars. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But there's something sick at the heart of the game when they can only be paid mega money by ripping fans off year after year. The Sun (2012)Critics also pointed out that the new mega prison would allow smaller jails to shut, so it would be cheaper in the long-run. The Sun (2013)
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