- An excessive amount or number; an abundance (+ of).
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- (context, medicine, archaic) an excess of red blood cells or bodily humours
Etymology: Late Latin, plethora (earlier pletura) < Ancient Greek (polytonic, ) (plÄthÅrÄ) "fullness", from (polytonic, ) (plÄthÅ) "I fill".
- Dutch: overmaat (of: de)
- French: pléthore (of: de)
- German: Fí¼lle , íœbermaíŸ
- Italian: pletora (of: di)
- Spanish: plétora (of: de)
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