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us   /prəˈlɪf·ɪk/
producing a great number or amount of something: He was probably the most prolific songwriter of his generation.
(Definition of prolific from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “prolific”
in Chinese (Simplified) 作品丰富的, 多产的…
in Turkish üretken, verimli, çok çalışkan…
in Russian плодовитый…
in Chinese (Traditional) 作品豐富的, 多產的…
in Polish płodny…
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