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1. adverb [usu ADV adj/adv]
Young people sometimes use mega in front of adjectives or adverbs in order to emphasize them. [informal, emphasis] ⇒ He has become mega rich. ⇒ Roy was tremendously ugly, mega ugly.
2. adjective [ADJ n]
Young people sometimes use mega in front of nouns in order to emphasize that the thing they are talking about is very good, very large, or very impressive. [informal, emphasis] ⇒ ...her newly acquired mega salary. ⇒ ...the mega superstar Madonna.
With enough exposure, and I mean mega exposure with the way tourism is at the moment, you'd be booked out.St. James, Ian FINAL RESORTEveryone's heard of Paloma Blanca, so it's a hot property and Toddy sells it for mega bucks.St. James, Ian FINAL RESORTI always thought that I'd grow up to be a richlawyer or chairman of some mega corporation or at least a millionaire.Shell, Ray ICEDHis family was either dealing mega drugs, was very well connected with the mob, or Frankreally didn't own this house.Kimberla Lawson Roby A TASTE OF REALITY