# quadrillion

**IPA:** kwɑdrˈɪɫjʌn

### noun

- (figuratively, slang, hyperbolic) Any very large number, exceeding normal description.

# Examples of "quadrillion" in Sentences

- Less than one in two quadrillion.
- A rough guess is one quadrillion euro.
- Sounds like one in a quadrillion to me.
- That's kinda a difference from a quadrillion.
- There are One quadrillion bytes in a petabyte.
- The statistic of 1 quadrillion is a fan estimate.
- Some tests measure on a parts per quadrillion level.
- About 500 quadrillion bits with lossy data compression.
- $1.14 quadrillion (a quadrillion is a thousand trillion).
- In the American system, a quadrillion is a million billion.
- One trillion multiplied by one quadrillion is one octillion.
- A quadrillion is equal to 1,000 billion, written as a one followed by 15 zeroes.
- The statement of two quadrillion is right up there with every other lie, disinformation and irrational statement of the CONservative inaccuracy machine.
- The Bank for International Settlements reported in 2008 that total annual derivatives trades were $1.14 quadrillion (a quadrillion is a thousand trillion).
- At the other end of the spectrum, a signal of 10 quadrillionths, or 0.00000000000001, of a watt (a quadrillion is a million billion) could be enough to complete a call.
- Finance minister Samuel Mumbengegwi last week announced a national budget of 7.8 quadrillion Zimbabwe dollars (a quadrillion is a figure followed by 15 zeroes), the only country in the world whose national spending runs into such a large number.