abundantemente


abundantemente
adv.
abundantly, plentifully, luxuriantly.
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abundantemente
adverbio
1 abundantly
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ADV [llover, sangrar] heavily; [crecer] abundantly
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= abundantly, exuberantly, plentifully, unstintingly, profusely.
Ex. A century later it seems to me to be abundantly clear that we must design catalogs for library users and not for librarians.
Ex. With few exceptions the new display types, which proliferated exuberantly during the first quarter of the century, were of three basic varieties.
Ex. They use indigenous plants that grow wild and plentifully near their homes.
Ex. Cathy contributed unstintingly to her neighborhood association with wise counsel and encouragement.
Ex. As a result of the strange meal we all had everybody farted profusely all night long.
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* fluir abundantemente = stream in.
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= abundantly, exuberantly, plentifully, unstintingly, profusely.

Ex: A century later it seems to me to be abundantly clear that we must design catalogs for library users and not for librarians.

Ex: With few exceptions the new display types, which proliferated exuberantly during the first quarter of the century, were of three basic varieties.
Ex: They use indigenous plants that grow wild and plentifully near their homes.
Ex: Cathy contributed unstintingly to her neighborhood association with wise counsel and encouragement.
Ex: As a result of the strange meal we all had everybody farted profusely all night long.
* fluir abundantemente = stream in.

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abundantemente
adverb
‹darse/crecer› abundantly; ‹sangrar› heavily; ‹transpirar› profusely
se utiliza abundantemente en la cocina india it is used a great deal in Indian cooking
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abundantemente adv
abundantly;
comimos abundantemente we ate our fill
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abundantemente
adv
1 abundantly;
estar abundantemente plagado de faltas de ortografía be absolutely riddled with spelling mistakes;
una zona abundantemente habitada por liebres an area with an abundance of hares o an abundant population of hares
2 llover heavily

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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