English version

a multitude of somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha multitude of somebody/somethinga multitude of somebody/somethingformal or literaryLOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNT a very large number of people or things I had never seen such a multitude of stars before. a multitude of possible interpretations multitude
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a multitude of somebody/somethingThere has suddenly appeared a multitude of banners and pamphlets from these printing presses of the trees.It was caused by a multitude of transversely aligned fibres which were extending towards the setting Sun, catching its light.It can cover a multitude of incompatibilities.Lights were kept low, to cover a multitude of small defects.Also littering the roof is a multitude of strange antennas.Rainforests are the source of a multitude of raw materials with immense potential value to medical science.Mainly without concern for their rivals a multitude of people mount.Flowers, exquisitely perfumed and graced with a multitude of colours and shapes, bloomed long before man appeared on the earth.
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