trilliard
EnglishEdit
EtymologyEdit
From French trilliard, equivalent to tri (“three”) + illiard.
NumeralEdit
trilliard
 (Britain, Australia, dated, rare) A thousand million million million (A billion trillion): 1 followed by twentyone zeros, 10^{21}.
 2003, François Cardarelli, Column in a table, Encyclopaedia of Scientific Units, Weights, and Measures: Their SI Equivalences and Origins,
 Power of ten ...UK, France (n rule) million billion billiard trillion trilliard
 2003, François Cardarelli, Column in a table, Encyclopaedia of Scientific Units, Weights, and Measures: Their SI Equivalences and Origins,
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TranslationsEdit
10^{21}, a thousand million million million (a billion trillion) — See also translations at sextillion

See alsoEdit
 Previous: trillion. Next: quadrillion.
FrenchEdit
EtymologyEdit
From tri (“three”) + illiard.
PronunciationEdit
 IPA^{(key)}: /tʁi.ljaʁ/
NumeralEdit
trilliard
 10^{21}, a thousand billion billion by the long scale, a short scale sextillion.
See alsoEdit
 Previous: trillion, 10^{18}
 Next: quadrillion, 10^{24}