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Translation of "copious" - English-Spanish dictionary

copious

adjective   /ˈkəʊ.pi.əs/
in large amounts, or more than enough copious They drank copious amounts of wine. He took copious notes during the lecture.1820
copiously adverb   /-li/
abundantemente, copiosamente We ate and drank copiously at the party.1820
(Definition of copious from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

copious

adjective /ˈkəupiəs/
plentiful copioso, abundante a copious supply.
copiously adverb
copiosamente, abundantemente He was sweating copiously under the midday sun.
copiousness noun
copiosidad, abundancia the copiousness of interesting places to visit in the city.
(Definition of copious from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “copious”
in Vietnamese dồi dào…
in Malaysian banyak…
in Thai อุดมสมบูรณ์…
in French copieux…
in German reichlich…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大量的,丰富的, 过量的…
in Turkish bolca, çok bol, aşırı fazla…
in Russian обильный, большой…
in Indonesian banyak sekali…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大量的,豐富的, 過量的…
in Polish obfity…
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