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pronoun, noun, adverb uk   /ˈplen.ti/  us   /-t̬i/
B1 (the state of having) enough or more than enough, or a large amount: "Would you like some more wine?" "No thanks, I've had plenty." Don't grab at the balloons, children - there are plenty for everyone. We've got plenty of time before we need to leave for the airport. They've always had plenty of money. There's plenty to do here.US informal This car cost me plenty (= a lot of money). There's plenty more beer in the fridge.
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