- trilyon
`isim`

- Amerikan ve Fransız sistemine göre 12 sıfırlı rakam
- sıfırlı
- (isim) trilyon
- A.B.D. trilyon, 1012
`isim`

- İng. 1018
`isim`

- ingiliz sistemine göre 18

- A million million: 1 followed by twelve zeros, 1012
- A million million million: 1 followed by eighteen zeros, 1018
- A million million million: 1 followed by eighteen zeros, 10[18]
- A million million: 1 followed by twelve zeros, 10[12]
- Tera
`isim`

- number equaling one thousand billions, one million millions, one followed by 12 zeros (in the U.S. and France); one followed by 18 zeros (in Great Britain and Germany)
`isim`

- the number that is represented as a one followed by 12 zeros; "in England they call a trillion a billion" the number that is represented as a one followed by 18 zeros; "in England they call a quintillion a trillion" one million million in the United States one quintillion in Great Britain
- one million million in the United States
- one quintillion in Great Britain
- The plural form is trillion after a number, or after a word or expression referring to a number, such as `several' or `a few'. A trillion is a million million. Between July 1st and October 1st, the central bank printed over 2 trillion roubles
- one million million in the United States one quintillion in Great Britain
- According to the French notation, which is used upon the Continent generally and in the United States, the number expressed by a unit with twelve ciphers annexed; a million millions; according to the English notation, the number produced by involving a million to the third power, or the number represented by a unit with eighteen ciphers annexed
- the number that is represented as a one followed by 18 zeros; "in England they call a quintillion a trillion"
- the number that is represented as a one followed by 12 zeros; "in England they call a trillion a billion"
- See the Note under Numeration
- many, loads, a great deal -
*"There's trillions of people at the concert."*(trillions) - plural form of trillion (trillions)
- plural of trillion (trillions)

`Etymology:`

[ 'tri(l)-y&n ] (noun.) circa 1690. From French trillion. From the prefix tri- (three) + -illion (from million); ie a million million million`Word of the day:`

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