English version

a plenitude of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha plenitude of somethinga plenitude of something literaryLOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNTa large amount of something a plenitude of wealth plenitude
Examples from the Corpus
a plenitude of somethinga plenitude of hopeNot all such performances are inspiring, however, and a plenitude of decibels does not compensate for lack of quality.There is no human being walking on earth today who does not have a plenitude of prenatals. 7.Jugs were full of flowers from the garden where summer had revealed a plenitude of roses and lilies.
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