In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(cosecha/reservas) plentiful(reservas/cosecha) abundantla comida es buena y abundante — the food's good and there's plenty of it
- las porciones son abundantes — the portions are generous
- la pesca es abundante en estos arroyos — the fishing's good in these streams
- abundante en algo
- aguas abundantes en especies marinas — waters rich in / which abound in marine life
- un informe abundante en datos estadísticos — a report containing ample statistical data
2(numerosos)plenty ofabundanttengo abundantes razones para votar en contra de la propuesta — I have plenty of / abundant reasons for voting against the proposal
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