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This time, Jett made it to the grab handle in plenty of time. DEAD BEAT (2002)He glanced south at the follower's camp thinking there was plenty of trouble to be found there. TREASON KEEP (2002)There were plenty of people in the world who didn't have college degrees, who had nevertheless done well. BETTER THAN THIS (2002)
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Translations for 'plenty'
British English: plenty /ˈplɛntɪ/ NOUN
If there is plenty of something, there is a lot of it.
Don't worry. There's still plenty of time.
- American English: plenty
- Arabic: كَثِير
- Brazilian Portuguese: abundância
- Chinese: 丰富
- Croatian: obilje
- Czech: spousta
- Danish: overflod
- Dutch: veel
- European Spanish: abundancia
- Finnish: runsaus
- French: abondance
- German: Menge
- Greek: αφθονία
- Italian: abbondanza
- Japanese: たっぷり
- Korean: 충분
- Norwegian: overflod
- Polish: obfitość
- European Portuguese: bastante
- Romanian: abundență
- Russian: множество
- Spanish: abundancia
- Swedish: överflöd
- Thai: จำนวนมากมาย
- Turkish: çok
- Ukrainian: безліч
- Vietnamese: nhiều
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