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масса [+gen.] [разг.]a wealth of
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Translation for 'a wealth of' from English to Russian

a wealth of
масса [+gen.] [разг.]
Usage Examples English
  • Though modest in scale in comparison to medieval abbeys elsewhere in Western Europe, it has a wealth of fine architectural detail, and monuments of many periods.
  • A writer in German, Canetti won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1981, "for writings marked by a broad outlook, a wealth of ideas and artistic power".
  • Piaget's concepts and ideas predated the cognitive revolution but inspired a wealth of research in the field of cognitive psychology and many of his principles have been blended with modern theory to synthesize the predominant views of today.
  • Tehran, as one of the main tourist destinations in Iran, has a wealth of cultural attractions.
  • Many fragments of these have outlived the buildings that they decorated and demonstrate a wealth of formal border designs of geometric scrolls, overlapping patterns and foliate motifs.
  • Santiago has a wealth of museums of different kinds, among which are three of 'National' class administered by the Directorate of Libraries, Archives and Museums (DIBAM): the National History Museum, National Museum of Fine Arts and the National Museum of Natural History.
  • Health problems were a constant for Jakub in his youth, and there is a wealth of correspondence exchanged between his parents on the subject.
  • They recorded a wealth of information about the Mutapa kingdom as well as its predecessor, Great Zimbabwe.
  • Notes in the back provide a wealth of information about the poems and about medieval Paris.
  • A wealth of information indicates that the BMAC had close international relations with the Indus Valley, the Iranian Plateau, and possibly even indirectly with Mesopotamia, and all civilizations were very familiar with lost wax casting.
  • Bournemouth, founded in 1810, has a wealth of 19th-century churches including St Peter's and St Stephen's.
  • A wealth of jobs would be created in the short run to feed a diversity of economic demands across all sectors of the economy.
  • The history of Southeast Asia has led to a wealth of different authors, from both within and without writing about the region.
  • Healers are seen as all-powerful since they have a wealth of knowledge, as well as accessibility to the ancestors.
  • A wealth of historical examples is used to illustrate its various ideas.
  • The superstructure over the real numbers includes a wealth of mathematical structures: For instance, it contains isomorphic copies of all separable metric spaces and metrizable topological vector spaces.
  • s Justin Olivetti wrote that it took its exploration aspect and "made it far richer with an encyclopedia of objects, a larger vocabulary, a wealth of pop culture mentions, and a puzzler's attitude."
  • The two main churches acquired a wealth of relics and the septennial Maastricht Pilgrimage became a major event that drew up to 100,000 pilgrims.
  • Pohnpei contains a wealth of biodiversity. It is one of the wettest places on Earth with annual recorded rainfall exceeding [...] each year in certain mountainous locations.
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