(名詞) 歐洲嚴重的經濟、政治和軍事危機。這個字是由 Europe + Armageddon (大決戰) 拼綴而成，亦寫成 Euro‑geddon。
As the debt-ridden, fractious European family gathered in Brussels for what was billed as crunch time, analysts coined a term for the chaos predicted to ensue if the euro fails: 'Eurogeddon.'
—Karen Kissane, "'Eurogeddon threatens the postwar dream of unity," The Age, December 10, 2011
Nobody wants to speak too soon, but the horrors of the past 12 months seem far away. Nothing has changed, of course. All the old nasties are still there, including looming Eurogeddon, but we're told that every possible hazard has been "priced in".
—Jeremy Thomas, "US investors busy making other plans," Business LIVE, January 21, 2012