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noun [countable] bonanza pronunciation in British English /bəˈnænzə/
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singularbonanza
pluralbonanzas
  1. 1
    a situation in which people quickly become very rich, successful, or lucky
    bonanza for: The takeover deal is a bonanza for small companies hoping to make a quick profit.
  2. 2
    a large amount of something good within a short period of time
    York Park looks set to host a football bonanza next year.

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