In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1a plethora of sth — una plétora de algo
- The British Isles boast a plethora of university art galleries.
- Travelers can choose from a plethora of different lodging options on a mountain vacation.
- More recently, a plethora of books questioning the foundations of Western faith have appeared.
- O'Sullivan has gained a plethora of political experience and has been a strong voice at local government.
- Still, there's a plethora of self-help books offering tips and advice.
- This is a complicated, compelling book with countless strands that would provide fodder for a plethora of novels or histories.
- Going through a major physical change can bring about a plethora of feelings.
- Since then I downloaded a plethora of e-mail soliciting my opinion on their local church website.
- Remuneration consultants like Chris Hart have a plethora of names.
- Flicking through beauty magazines reveals a plethora of such deals, with money off a range of invasive surgical procedures.
- Over 50 retailers have put up their stalls to give consumers a plethora of opportunities to shop.
- You can expect a plethora of them over the festive fortnight, and those with a taste for this kind of television must have been cheering last week.
- He was also a multi-talented musician who could adapt himself to a plethora of instruments.
- This CD has nothing but unexciting songs that could get lost and forgotten in a plethora of much better music.
- That criminality should not be obscured by a plethora of psychological or psychiatric assumptions.
- This was hardly a thriller, but there was plentiful excitement due to a plethora of mistakes from both defences in the second half.
- Yes, there is a plethora of things to do when you're a student, self-employed, or a little short on cash.
- He faces a plethora of charges ranging from aggravated assault to indecent exposure and corruption of a minor.
- A woman of today can be considered luckier as she has a plethora of designs to choose from, from casual wear to party wear.
- If the indoor concerts are of lesser interest to the jazz devotee than in the past, the free shows offer a plethora of talent.
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