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plural

noun [C or U] uk   /ˈplʊə.rəl/  us   /ˈplʊr.əl/ (written abbreviation pl.)
A2 a word or form that expresses more than one: "Geese" is the plural of "goose". "Woman" in the plural is "women".
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plural

adjective uk   /ˈplʊə.rəl/  us   /ˈplʊr.əl/

plural adjective (DIFFERENT)

consisting of a lot of different races or types of people or of different things: We need to recognize that we are now living in a plural society. for or relating to more than one person or thing: Very few countries allow people to have plural citizenship (= citizenship of more than one country).

plural adjective (GRAMMAR)

language of or relating to the form that expresses more than one: "Cattle" and "trousers" are both plural nouns.
Traducciones de “plural”
en árabe جَمع…
en coreano 복수형의…
in Malaysian jamak…
en francés pluriel…
en turco çoğul…
en italiano plurale…
en chino (tradicionál) 複數形式…
en ruso множественное число…
en polaco liczba mnoga…
in Vietnamese số nhiều…
en español plural…
en portugués plural…
in Thai รูปพหูพจน์…
en alemán der Plural, Plural-……
en catalán plural…
en japonés 複数形の…
in Indonesian plural, jamak…
en chino (simplificado) 复数形式…
(Definition of plural from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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