Complete Definition of "abundant"

English

Etymology
Old English (h)abundant, aboundant, French abondant, from Latin abudans, present participle of abundare. See Abound

Pronunciation
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Adjective
en-adj

  1. Fully sufficient; plentiful; in copious supply; in great quantity; richly supplied -- followed by in, rarely by with.

#:Quotations
#:*Abundant in goodness and truth. Exodus, 34:6

Synonyms
ample (see here for explanation of distinctions)
bountiful
copious
exuberant
liberal
overflowing
plenteous
plentiful
profuse
rich
teeming

Derived terms
abundant number
abundantly

Translations

Chinese: 丰富 (fēngfù)
Dutch: overvloedig, rijkelijk voorhanden
Finnish: runsas, yltäkylläinen
French: abondant
German: reichlich vorhanden
Interlingua: abundante
Italian: abbondante
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Japanese: 豊かな (yutaka na); 量の多い (ryō no ōi)
Norwegian: rikelig
Portuguese: abundante
Romanian: abundent
Spanish: abundante
Telugu: మిక్కిలి (mikkili)

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