In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1abundancia femininein plenty — en abundancia
- Music has given Sudha plenty in life and she plans to give back to it some in her own special way.
- For a democracy enjoying peace and plenty, the terms of the Bill were sweeping.
- On Christmas Day, at least, we hope to bring plenty and warmth to all such cases.
- Those of vague faith hold a perfectly reasonable and defensible position in a world of plenty.
- Faced with such plenty, it is hard to understand how anyone could go hungry in this part of the world.
- That way he has plenty to feed himself, as well as some of his garden's pests.
1.1(large, sufficient number)muchosmuchashe's the best actor I've seen and I've seen plenty — es el mejor actor que he visto y he visto a muchos
- there are plenty more in here — aquí hay muchos/muchas más
- He has plenty to say, but because it doesn't come naturally, he pretends that he doesn't.
- With an average of eight A grades per pupil, there was plenty for all to celebrate at St Mary's.
- The tall winger still had plenty to do, but he outpaced a couple of defenders to score between the posts.
- Adults and children alike will have plenty to see at Bowood House, which caters for all the family.
- No matter what your interest, there is plenty to see and do at the Holker Garden Festival this year.
- Cheerful in a different way, for sure, but I still have plenty to be cheery about.
- He still has plenty to prove next season after three barren years following his accident abroad.
- All in all, then, a pretty mixed bag with plenty for all the three main political parties to ponder.
- I couldn't charge as much rent, but there was surely plenty to be recouped in stealth taxes.
- So Boris achieved his end, drank plenty, signed books and made some more money.
- The slate-built village itself above the lake also has plenty to offer the sightseer.
- On the other hand there is plenty we citizens can do to bring about a positive outcome.
- On bad days, and there have been plenty, Nicki would express herself by battering people.
- Efforts are underway to renovate the historic centre of the city, but there is still plenty to see.
- In addition to their artistic importance, there's certainly plenty to talk about.
- So there's still plenty to look forward to and I, for one, plan to relish every second of it.
- It could mean that she has no secrets or that she has plenty but has no room to tell us what they are.
- There is plenty to sort out - asylum, crime, health and education to mention but a few.
- The actual driving is very impressive, with car and track physics giving you plenty to cope with.
- For a fourteen year old that is downright insulting and even an eight year old may have plenty to say on his or her own account.
1.2plenty of — mucho
- I wasn't bored, I had plenty of books — no me aburrí, tenía muchos libros
- we may not be much good, but there are plenty of us — no seremos demasiado buenos, pero somos muchos
2.1(large, sufficient quantity)muchomuchathere was plenty to eat — había comida en abundancia
- there's plenty more in here — aquí hay mucho más
- $50 is plenty — 50 dólares es más que suficiente
2.2plenty of — mucho
- we've got plenty of time — tenemos tiempo de sobra
- he's done plenty of studying for the exam — ha estudiado mucho para el examen
- the food wasn't very good, but there was plenty of it — la comida no era muy buena, pero había mucha
- you need rest and plenty of it — necesitas descansar, y mucho
1muyshe must love him plenty — debe quererlo mucho
- it's plenty good enough for me — está perfectamente bien para mí
- Most gamers will probably find that the default view is plenty good though.
- Or, buy a deck of quiz or trivia cards to keep their brains plenty busy.
- You didn't stick to your strategy, and it may have cost you plenty in the long run.
- My dad's thinking was that it's plenty fast to be in the race.
- It raining plenty back in Jamaica, so much so that even hail was dropping from the sky!
- Cycle time seems plenty fast, similar to a standard 1911.
- For that reason, many less discriminating viewers will be plenty happy with this movie.
- In my experience, though, it ends up being easy to read and plenty fast.
- There are lots of new properties being built in the area which must bring in plenty more revenue to dispose of.
- A radio was playing in the other room, so that kept my mind plenty busy.
- Pete isn't what he used to be, but he's still plenty good.
- Windy was still making sure everyone was evacuated, and the other 3 were plenty busy.
- We arrived at around 8pm when there was still plenty enough room to bagsie a decent spot at the bar.
- Seeing animals reproducing in the wild would be plenty magical enough for me.
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