Meaning of “bonanza” in the English Dictionary

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"bonanza" in British English

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bonanzanoun [ C ]

uk /bəˈnæn.zə/ us /bəˈnæn.zə/

(Definition of “bonanza” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"bonanza" in American English

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bonanzanoun [ C ]

us /bəˈnæn·zə/

something that suddenly produces large profits or great opportunities:

The improved economy was a bonanza for local stores.

(Definition of “bonanza” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"bonanza" in Business English

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bonanzanoun [ C ]

uk /bəˈnænzə/ us

a situation in which large profits are made:

The rise in house prices meant those who were selling enjoyed a bonanza.
April was a bonanza month for car sales.

a situation in which something good exists in large quantities:

The deal could bring a huge jobs bonanza to the city.

(Definition of “bonanza” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)