English version

a preponderance of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha preponderance of somethinga preponderance of something formalMOSTif there is a preponderance of people or things of a particular type in a group, there are more of that type than of any other There is a preponderance of female students in the music department. preponderance
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a preponderance of somethingAt first glance there appears to be a preponderance of narrow gauge or what I would call miniature railways.It has concluded, by a preponderance of evidence, that he later slashed her to death.At sentencing, the judge found by a preponderance of the evidence that Putra had been involved in both transactions.The franchise reform of June 1907 ensured a preponderance of landowners in the Third and Fourth Dumas.If your enemy has a preponderance of missile weapons or lots of war machines then chariots are vulnerable.Even the Quark editors remark on a preponderance of work on either the cosmos or evolution, but little in between.In a civil case, jurors need only a preponderance of evidence to rule for the plaintiff and the defendant must testify.Giants planners have claimed that a preponderance of ballpark spectators will use transit or walk.
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