English version

a smorgasbord of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha smorgasbord of somethinga smorgasbord of somethinga large variety of different things a smorgasbord of art from around the world smorgasbord
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a smorgasbord of somethingThen there was the time Vic and company decided to detonate a smorgasbord of Spam and boiled sweets.The highly publicized abortion debate overshadowed the rest of the platform that calls for a smorgasbord of constitutional amendments.Self-guided tours will take you through a smorgasbord of galleries, from ancient sculpture to '60s pop art.Those families would then be bolstered with a smorgasbord of visiting psychotherapists, tutors, speech pathologists, social workers and others.
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