Spanish translation of 'galore'
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Example Sentences Including 'galore'
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His other tip is biotechnology, a sector beset by bad news, so there are bargains galore.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Expect goals galore in one of the two-legged ties; but no more than one in the other.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Expect quirky laughs galore in this unique comedy.The Sun (2016)
Expect witty self-deprecation galore.The Sun (2014)
Now there are gadgets galore to ease muscular pain at home.The Sun (2013)
So expect grumbles galore in this doc.The Sun (2015)
There are also bargains galore at the MFI half-price sale.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
But Sprinter Sacre is in the same class and we can expect thrills galore from him in future.The Sun (2012)
Goals galore and counting GOALS, goals and more goals.The Sun (2014)
He said: 'Everyone should be tuning in because there are goals galore with our games this season.The Sun (2011)
IT has been goals galore for City until the last two games.The Sun (2014)
In midfield there is pace and goals galore.The Sun (2016)
Just choose a team from the glittering array of Premier League superstars listed below to earn you points and win prizes galore.The Sun (2014)
Just use your nous to choose a team from the glittering array of Premier League superstars listed here to earn points and win yourself prizes galore.The Sun (2014)
Strikers have their own distinctive currency: goals galore.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Greeks bearing gifts: there are bargains galore in the troubled nation, but are they worth the risk?Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Now there are gadgets galore inside and out.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
There'll be whisky galore at the reception.The Sun (2014)
They will be rewarded with bargains galore, according to retail experts.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
There will be bargains galore as banks shrink their balance sheets and sell non-core assets.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Whisky galore would be a death warrant.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Used Occasionally. galore is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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British English: galore ADJECTIVE
You use galore to emphasize that something you like exists in very large quantities.
You'll be able to win prizes galore.
Translation of galore from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary