trillion

[ tril-yuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF trillion

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Its distance is 64 trillion kilometers (391⁄2 trillion miles).

Its distance is 69 trillion kilometers (421⁄2 trillion miles).

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Among the trillion mysteries of the cosmos, the most phenomenal is light.

Not one of these stars is within a trillion miles of any other.

Like, a trillion years of all the computers ever invented working 24/7 won't be able to do it.

This year America will spend over $800 billion on health, and that is expected to grow to $1.6 trillion by the end of the decade.

And so, my budget sets aside almost a trillion dollars over 10 years for additional needs.

Once, a herd of pale photons dashed through them from a deflected glare on some dying sun a trillion eons past.

After long observation, they succeeded in determining its distance as 92 trillion kilometers (57 trillion miles).

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