What is abundant history

plentiful (German)

Part of speech: adjective

Increases:
positive plentiful, Comparative more abundant, Superlative most plentiful
Hyphenation:
abundant, comparative: abundant | li | cher, superlative: abundant
Pronunciation / Stress:
; Comparative: [...]; Superlative: [...]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Available in large or sufficient quantities
2) more than
3) Adverb, as reinforcement before adjectives: very, pretty
Origin of the term:
Middle High German rīchelich < althochdeutsch="">rīchlīh, related to rich
Synonyms:
3) very, pretty
Related terms:
1) sufficient, princely, sufficient, heaps of it, sufficient, plentiful, full, abundant
Opposite words:
1) scarce, insufficient, little
2) scarce
Subordinate terms:
1) abundant
Application examples:
1) Don't worry, it is plentiful Food available.
2) I've been working since plentiful 3 years on the book.
3) You are coming plentiful late!
Derived words:
rich, abundance

Translations


Similar terms:
soft

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Humor, plentiful Local color and promising young singers.
Mopo, January 21, 2019

The first preview of the horror thriller takes care of plentiful Goose bumps.
Today.at, September 22, 2018

To the availability of the flu vaccine there's plentiful Confusion.
BILD.de, November 21, 2018

The police did, despite the lower number of accidents plentiful to do with traffic offenders.
Kölnische Rundschau, February 27, 2019

After a disappointing 2018, ABB shareholders are hoping for a better 2019. They can plentiful Bring cash.
cash.ch, January 9, 2019

So the photovoltaic system plentiful Supplies electricity, it should also be clean.
agrarheute.com, April 07, 2020

A farmer's building application currently ensures plentiful A topic of conversation in Bichl.
Mercury, April 26, 2020

The police in Thuringia stand up on Ascension Day plentiful Work a.
GMX, May 20, 2020

Jan Frodeno participates in the Ironman plentiful Support in Spain.
Kölnische Rundschau, April 11, 2020

In Walsheim there is still hope for a good summer for me plentiful Intake.
Saarbrücker Zeitung, June 24, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Grammar / declensions

Inflection abundant - The declension of the adjective abundant

 NominativeGenitivedativeaccusative
definite article
Masculinethe plentifulthe plentifulthe plentifulthe plentiful
Femininethe plentifulthe plentifulthe plentifulthe plentiful
neuterthe plentifulthe plentifulthe plentifulthe plentiful
Pluralthe plentifulthe plentifulthe plentifulthe plentiful
indefinite article
Masculinea plentiful onea plentiful onean abundant onea plentiful one
Femininea plentiful onean abundant onean abundant onea plentiful one
neutera plentiful onea plentiful onean abundant onea plentiful one
without article
Masculinemore abundantampleampleample
Feminineamplemore abundantmore abundantample
neuterampleampleampleample
Pluralamplemore abundantampleample

Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • (it is enough
  • (and that) not too short (coll.)
  • sufficient: enough, enough; School, Germany: Grade 4
  • due: according to the circumstances
  • enough: sufficient; reaching a certain maximum value
  • enough: of satisfactory quantity or quality; In Austria the school grade 4
  • sufficient: only attributive and adverbial: sufficient, sufficient, sufficient
  • sufficient: Colloquially: the right amount of what needs to be there - not too much and not too little; Propositional logic, causality theory: logically following
  • moderately
  • full (re-enacted) (coll.)
  • satiated: often derogatory: more than enough; ad nauseam
  • enough: often, dev .: to a sufficient extent; ad nauseam
  • Nobody can complain about a lack of (something) (clichéd, variable)
  • detailed: going into details, in-depth
  • extensively: plentiful; filling; thoroughly
  • productive: to be much productive, of great, rich yield; much, bringing great benefit
  • plump: euphemistic, related to people: slightly overweight; of thick stature
  • in fill
  • opulent: lush, plentiful; of great opulence
  • rich: containing a lot of one thing, offering a large number of something
  • lush: in great abundance (available)
  • To be a legion
  • abundant (walk): abundant (present), overflowing
  • a lot of wood (coll., fig.)
  • en masse (walk, French): elevated: en masse, in very large quantities or numbers; not a little at all
  • heaps of it: colloquially in large quantities / numbers (in heaps)
  • abound
  • in abundance (coll.): in great quantity, in abundance
  • in great numbers
  • in large quantities: coll. very much
  • en masse: in large quantities, in very large numbers
  • en masse: coll. in a very large amount, a lot
  • massive (coll.): equipped with ground; having enough, sufficient mass
  • rich: having many goods or funds; having an abundance of something; superbly equipped, splendid
  • rich: containing a lot of one thing, offering a large number of something
  • in rows: coll. in large quantities, a lot; arranged in rows
  • unlimited: without a limit being set
  • innumerable: very much, very numerous
  • much: an indefinite, large amount of something; plentiful; occurring frequently; often; Reinforcement of the comparative
  • numerous
  • wagon by wagon
  • like sand on the sea (coll.): in great numbers, more than enough, in immense quantities
  • numerous: available in large numbers
  • abound (go): obsolete: together (of several people or things); In heaps, en masse, plentifully, en masse, numerous, en masse
  • lush: in great abundance (available)
  • significantly more than
  • well above
  • abundant over
  • much more than
  • much more than
  • more than
  • far more (than)
  • (a) multitude (of)
  • (a big number
  • dozen (/ dozen)
  • dozen of (/ dozen of)
  • a large amount of
  • a (whole) range
  • a (whole) range of
  • a lot
  • a multitude (of)
  • a considerable number of
  • a considerable number of
  • a large amount of
  • a large number of
  • a larger number (of)
  • in great numbers
  • many (main form): an indefinite, large number of something
  • numerous

Another word (synonym) for abundant - source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "abundant":

eat: ... nice weather Typical combinations of words: 1) eat copiously, eat hastily, eat hard, eat plentifully, eat hard, eat excessively, eat with great appetite, something ...

beer: ... Pot of beer, lukewarm beer, pint, top-fermented beer, by the liter, business area, local beer, plenty of beer, foaming, six-pack, type, ice-cold beer, drinking beer, flowing ...

Schlier: ... no plural word meaning / definition: 1) Bavarian, Austrian: sedimentary rock consisting of sand, clay and abundant lime Synonyms: 1) marl part of speech: ...

poor: often, occurring in abundance Subordinate terms: 1) poor 3) poor in nicotine 4) low in rain Examples of use: 1) When there are major social cuts, many people become poor

handsome: lush, much considerable, considerable, noteworthy, abundant, respectable Examples of use: 1) That was a stately appearance by the mayor yesterday, few would have thought that he would


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