English version

a plethora of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha plethora of somethinga plethora of somethingformalLOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNT a very large number of something, usually more than you need a plethora of suggestions plethora
Examples from the Corpus
a plethora of somethingThere is, to put it briefly, a plethora of offerings to which the term theory has been applied in sociology.Festivals in his honour are marked by a plethora of flowers, and the lusciously scented frangipani is held sacred to him.The endemic hypochondria of the Texans was milked by a plethora of expensive clinics which most of them attended.Despite a plethora of changes, the new models are just £295 more than the cars they replace.In the wake of the Wall Street Crash Congress enacted a plethora of legislation aimed at ensuring fair and orderly markets.The city faces a plethora of problems.Other Republicans foresee a period of intensified investigation into activities of the Clintons and their associates ending with a plethora of indictments.He knows a plethora of extraneous facts about the arctic and the tropics.Inside, the church is the shape of the Latin cross, with a plethora of side chapels.
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