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English definition of “ample”

ample

adjective (ENOUGH)    /ˈæm.pl̩/
C1 more than enough: You'll have ample opportunity to ask questions after the talk. There's ample evidence that the lawyer knew exactly what she was doing. They had ample warning of the factory closure.Plenty and abundant amply     /-pli/ adverb They face a hard task, as yesterday's discussions amply (= clearly) demonstrated.Plenty and abundant
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