English version

a slew of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha slew of somethinga slew of somethinginformalLOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNT a large number of things 🔊 a whole slew of cheap motels slew
Examples from the Corpus
a slew of somethingA whole slew of cheap motels are springing up west of town.He lost his hold on the bag and a slew of rice and chicken and ochre sauce splashed on to the carpet.It may embody a slew of things.When the feud broke out into the open, it exposed a slew of corruption charges from both camps.The festive gala features a slew of activities for all ages.Online services like Napster helped generate interest in a slew of new computer products in recent months.They had lost a slew of close games, were getting minimal production from their frontcourt and sporadic play from the perimeter.No need for anyone to point out the unlikelihood of such a slew of benign effects occurring the same week.
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