behemoth /bɪˈhiːmɒθ, ˈbiːhɪˌməʊθ/


I. noun

1. a huge or monstrous creature.

behemoths like the brontosaurus.
2. something enormous, especially a large and powerful organization.

shoppers are now more loyal to their local shops than to faceless behemoths.
– origin late Middle English: from Hebrew bĕhēmōṯ, intensive plural of bĕhēmāh ‘beast’.

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