Definition of 'plethora'
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In Grafton Street there was a plethora of well-dressed women. THE IMAGE OF LAURA (2001)"There are probably a plethora of lessons here," the creature said, "but two in particular come to mind. SACRAMENT (2001)The source was by nature anonymous, but Staff at Corps were confident about a plethora of detail. DISPLACED PERSON (2001)
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Translations for 'plethora'
British English: plethora NOUN
A plethora of something is a large amount of it, especially an amount of it that is greater than you need, want, or can cope with.
A plethora of new operators will be allowed to enter the market.
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