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resource

noun /rəˈzoːs, (American) ˈriːzoːrs/
(usually in plural ) something that gives help, support etc when needed; a supply; a means
Mittel(pl.)
We have used up all our resources We haven’t the resources at this school for teaching handicapped children.
(usually in plural ) the wealth of a country, or the supply of materials etc which bring this wealth
die Reichtümer(pl.)
This country is rich in natural resources.
the ability to find ways of solving difficulties
die Findigkeit
He is full of resource.
resourceful adjective good at finding ways of solving difficulties, problems etc
findig
a resourceful person.
resourcefully adverb
findig
resourcefulness noun
die Findigkeit
(Definition of resource from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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