In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(grow) abundantemente(grow) en abundancia(supplied) con abundanciathe tree was abundantly laden with fruit — el árbol estaba cargado de fruta
- to be abundantly clear/obvious — estar perfectamente claro
- they made that abundantly clear — no dejaron ningún lugar a dudas al respecto
- He climbed down to the bottom, where shrubs and small trees grew abundantly at the base of the cliff.
- They are found most abundantly in fruits and vegetables, but all plants have at least a small amount of antioxidants.
- Amaranth is a grain which grows abundantly in India, and in many other countries.
- Wild parsley grows so abundantly at the top of our steep section that I've never needed to plant any in the garden.
- Fresh herbs, vegetables and fruit grow abundantly and are gathered daily.
- Hunting became more complex, and fish and bird bones show up abundantly for the first time in food refuse.
- The short-fall was made more acute by the fact that the areas in the west of the province had richer soils, and were more abundantly irrigated.
- Thailand exhibited an attractive art form using natural material that is abundantly available in the country.
- But it was not too hard to do this at this time of year when wild grass grew abundantly in the fields.
- Without the forests shading the mountain's flanks, grass grows abundantly.
- Many of the plants used in British medicine came from Europe where they grew more abundantly in the warmer climate and could be dried more easily.
- It grows abundantly in temperate regions of Europe and Asia, and has also become common in N. America since the arrival of Europeans.
- Plastic bags, crisp packets, plastic bottles and soggy newspapers lie abundantly in the verges, or caught in trees and hedges.
- He led her to a meadow on the outskirts of town where the grass was lush and flowers grew abundantly.
- It's not just marigolds and magnolias that grow abundantly in the fecund heat of the South.
- There's no sense alternating between Kraft Dinner and burgers all year in a city so abundantly stocked with the foods of the world.
- Jupiter frequently rules plants that grow abundantly and dandelion is a particularly good example.
- Shopping will be a snap, because the thing you most desire will be whatever is most abundantly available.
- Through painstaking efforts, he put together a bicycle made of bamboo, abundantly available in his state.
- It grows so abundantly in the Kiwi sunshine that, sadly, it is declared a noxious weed.
- When put into lab dishes, they grew abundantly, much as young fetal cells do.
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