beaucoup

[boh-koo]
adjective Informal: Usually Facetious.
1.
many; numerous; much: It's a hard job, but it pays beaucoup money.
2.
large; significant: a beaucoup building project.

Origin:
1910–15; < French; see beau, coup1

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