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abundance

noun [C/U]  /əˈbʌn·dəns/ us  
an amount that is more than enough: [C] We all seem to have an abundance of those plastic grocery bags. [U] Grapes and olives grow in abundance in the valley.
chemistry [C] the level of a particular element in the outer layer of the earth
Translations of “abundance”
in Korean 풍부…
in Arabic وَفرة, غَزارة…
in French abondance…
in Turkish çok, gereğinden fazla olan, aşırı…
in Italian abbondanza…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大量, 充足, 豐富…
in Russian изобилие…
in Polish obfitość, ≈ pod dostatkiem…
in Spanish abundancia…
in Portuguese abundância, fartura…
in German der Überfluß…
in Catalan abundància…
in Japanese 多量, 豊富…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大量, 充足, 丰富…
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