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 Translation for 'plenty of' from English to Russian
куча [+gen.] [разг.] [множество]plenty of
Partial Matches
в большом количестве {adj} {adv}plenty
убедить в [+prep.] [сов.]to convince of
ложка {ж} [+gen.]spoonful of
unverified наводя́щий на мы́сли (о)suggestive (of)
конечно {adv}of course
из-за {prep} [+gen.]because of
вместо {prep} [+gen.]instead of
за пределами {adv}outside (of)
мед.
потеря {ж} памяти
loss of memory
собачий лай {м}barking of dogs
нарк.сель.
коноплеводство {с}
cultivation of hemp
нарк.сель.
коноплеводство {с}
growing of hemp
мед.
приступ {м} кашля
fit of coughing
мед.
малярийный пароксизм {м}
attack of malaria
орн.
птичий щебет {м}
twittering of birds
муз.
музыкальная пьеса {ж}
piece of music
экол.
водная масса {ж}
mass of water
бот.экол.
растительное сообщество {с}
community of plants
военнопол.
агрессивная война {ж}
war of aggression
сад
цветник {м} [клумба]
bed of flowers
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Usage Examples English
  • In areas where one has plenty of room, a long handle with a heavy head (like a sledgehammer) can deliver the maximum amount of energy to the target.
  • in an item in "Good Housekeeping" which specifically references "Kitchen Economy in France": "The perfection of French fries is due chiefly to the fact that plenty of fat is used".
  • Since the early 2000s, numerous boutique hotels and bustling cafes opened in the old city which attract plenty of European tourists and Damascenes alike.
  • The dachshund has a deep chest which provides plenty of space for heart development and lung capacity.
  • and began operations in a Civil War era textile mill in Maynard, Massachusetts, where plenty of inexpensive manufacturing space was available.

  • This leaves plenty of space available for other digital services such as cable internet, cable telephony and wireless services, using both unlicensed and licensed spectrum.
  • Colossus could also derive the start position of the "psi" and motor wheels, but this was not much done until the last few months of the war when there were plenty of Colossi available and the number of Tunny messages had declined.
  • Flash locks were only practical where there was plenty of water available.
  • In addition, Basel is a major European hub for Biotech and Biopharmaceuticals. There are plenty of small and mid-sized start-ups. The vibrant VC scene also supports this.
  • Tings were huge open-air events, which required plenty of space.

  • Feynman was a keen popularizer of physics through both books and lectures, including a 1959 talk on top-down nanotechnology called "There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom" and the three-volume publication of his undergraduate lectures, "The Feynman Lectures on Physics".
  • Richard Feynman used the analogy of a pantograph as a way of scaling down tools to the nanometer scale in his talk There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom.
  • "There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom: An Invitation to Enter a New Field of Physics" was a lecture given by physicist Richard Feynman at the annual American Physical Society meeting at Caltech on December 29, 1959.
  • Little else is known, though there is plenty of speculation.
  • He was well supported by debutant Ajantha Mendis, an unorthodox spinner with plenty of variation, who took eight wickets in his debut match.

  • Endothermy requires plenty of food energy, so mammals eat more food per unit of body weight than most reptiles.
  • Defenders of fiscal stimulus argue that crowding out is not a concern when the economy is depressed, plenty of resources are left idle, and interest rates are low.
  • The reason for this was the crew could be fed well on the island; there was plenty of fresh water and timber to repair the ships.
  • Summers usually bring plenty of sunshine and the average high temperature of [...].
  • All tangs should be given plenty of swimming room; try to have at least a 4' tank.

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