trillion in Numbers topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtrilliontril‧lion /ˈtrɪljən/ ●○○ number (plural trillion or trillions)    1 HMNthe number 1,000,000,000,000  In a short time the number of cells is more than a trillion.two/three/four etc trillion  $5.3 trillion  Japan’s exports were worth $43 trillion last year.trillions of pounds/dollars etc  the trillions of dollars in the bond markets2 LOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNT informal an extremely large number of people or thingsa trillion  a shirt with a trillion holes in ittrillions of  We’ve made this mistake trillions of times before.3 British English old use the number 1,000,000,000,000,000,000trillionth adjectivetrillionth noun [countable]Examples from the CorpustrillionOur cumulative merchandise trade deficit worldwide is more than $ 1 trillion.The congressionally authorized limit on the debt is $ 4. 9 trillion.Harvey predicted fund assets would rise to $ 2. 4 trillion in 1995.The amount of uranium in the belt is about four billion tons, enough to make roughly a trillion tactical nuclear weapons.With Mr Bush's plan for a $ 1.6 trillion tax cut, the problem is one of scale.Of the total, $ 2.6 trillion would come from Social Security surpluses.Banks still hold several trillion yen of bad loans.