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plentifuladjective

uk   /ˈplen.tɪ.fəl/  us   /-t̬ɪ-/
If something is plentiful, there is a lot of it available: Strawberries are plentiful in the summer. I took a plentiful supply of games to keep the children amused.
plentifully
adverb uk   us   /-i/
Translations of “plentiful”
in Korean 많은, 충분한…
in Arabic مُتَوافِر…
in Portuguese abundante, copioso, farto…
in Catalan abundant…
in Japanese 十分な, たっぷりの, 豊富な…
in Italian abbondante, copioso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 豐富的,充足的,多的…
in Russian обильный, изобильный…
in Turkish bol, pek çok, ziadesiyle…
in Chinese (Simplified) 丰富的,充足的,多的…
in Polish obfity…
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