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"profuse" in British English

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profuseadjective

uk   us   /prəˈfjuːs/
profusely
adverb uk   us   /-li/
She ​apologized/​thanked us profusely. He was ​bleeding/​sweating profusely.
(Definition of profuse from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"profuse" in American English

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profuseadjective

 us   /prəˈfjus/
large in ​amount
profusion
noun [U]  us   /prəˈfju·ʒən/
a profusion of ​beautifulflowers
(Definition of profuse from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “profuse”
in Spanish profuso, abundante, pródigo…
in Vietnamese có nhiều…
in Malaysian begitu banyak, berulang kali…
in Thai ที่มากมาย…
in French abondant…
in German überreich…
in Chinese (Simplified) 极其丰富的,充沛的…
in Indonesian berlebih-lebihan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 極其豐富的,充沛的…
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