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Most dietary and lifestyle interventions work better than statins and have myriad other benefits too. Times, Sunday Times (2016)While exercise has myriad benefits, too much can sometimes be as bad as doing too little. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Populism took myriad forms in the 1870s and 1880s. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It advances by trial and error and takes a myriad different forms. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Walks along the back streets take you through myriad colours and views. The Sun (2010)These myriad sources of variation should come as no surprise. PLACEBO: The Belief Effect (2003)There are myriad ways to track whether a church is healthy and successful. Christianity Today (2000)Disabled people face myriad barriers to employment. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There are myriad ways to handle a bid approach. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The game continues to evolve in myriad ways. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And schools offer the hope of solving the myriad social problems that the department thinks as important as education. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Overall, the myriad benefits of vigorous exercise far outweigh the risks. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In general, the myriad benefits of exercise outweigh any risks. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But for really complex problems with myriad variables, this process could take centuries. Times, Sunday Times (2015)If managed well, forests can provide myriad benefits. Times, Sunday Times (2011)One of the myriad problems facing schools today is the students' lack of interest in science subjects. Times, Sunday Times (2009)And once you are adjusted you find myriad variations and much sensuality in Glass's score. Times, Sunday Times (2013)And, one hopes, in myriad variations at a high street near you. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'myriad'
British English: myriad DETERMINER
A myriad or myriads of people or things is a very large number or great variety of them.
They face a myriad of problems bringing up children.
Definition of myriad from the Collins English Dictionary
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