shitloads

shitloads
Adj. A large amount.

English slang and colloquialisms. 2014.

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  • shedloads — n British a disguised version of the more vulgar shitloads, meaning a large quantity. The expression was popular among City of London traders in the late 1990s. how can a T & G sponsored prime minister break it to the union which gives his party… …   Contemporary slang

  • shit-load — n an enormous amount or quantity. The term originated in US speech, but by the mid 1990s was heard throughout the English speaking world. Shedloads is a British euphemism. ► We re in shitloads of trouble here. ► What about the Mets? I bet you won …   Contemporary slang

  • shit·load — /ˈʃıtˌloʊd/ noun, pl loads [count] informal + offensive : a very large amount of something You re in a shitload of trouble. They have shitloads of money …   Useful english dictionary

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