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8.
The cinema complex often frequented by Bart Simpson & friends, Springfield USA
The 'Itchy and Scratchy' movie is at the Googleplex for 3 weeks
by Adrian February 06, 2004
 
9.
The complex a programmer gets when measuring their own work against the work of Google.
After looking at Google Calendar, I'm getting a bit of a Googleplex.
by WebSMB team February 08, 2007
 
10.
The act of googling "google"

from the number, googolplex, which is 10 to the power of googol
I like to googleplex every once in a while, just for fun
by Godo Fall November 06, 2009
 
11.
The complex a programmer gets when measuring their own work against the work of Google.
After looking at Google Calendar, I'm getting a bit of a Googleplex.
by The WebSMB Team February 19, 2007
 
12.
A person with a googleplex is someone who is obsessed with using search engines like Google.com constantly as a passtime.
That kid had a googleplex.
by magicbeans December 06, 2006
 
13.
A google is a 1 with a hundred zero's following it (10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000). The mathemetition who created this number asked his 6-year-old son what 2 call it, and he replied, "google". And that was that. A googleplex is an awesomely huge number; a 1 with a google zero's following it. Even if a man lived 2 be 100 years old, and wrote 3 zero's during every second in his entire life, a googleplex STILL could not be written (i figured this out using an advanced calculater that could go into the googles, and my daddy helped me)!
don't be fooled by the infinately small point that turned out 2 be the entire univurse~ even that (which turned out 2 be everything there is existing today) didn't hold a googleplex space particles!
by superhero boy December 19, 2003
 
14.
The abbreviated name of a very powerful computer in Douglas Adam's book "The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy".
'And are you not,' said Fook leaning anxiously forward, 'a greater analyst than the Googleplex Star Thinker in the Seventh Galaxy of Light and Ingenuity which can calculate the trajectory of every single dust particle throughout a five-week Dangrabad Beta sand blizzard?' - Douglas Adams, 'The Hitch-Hikers's Guide to the Galaxy', 1979, Pan Books, page 141.
by Edwin Baak February 22, 2004