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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

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Wednesday, August 15, 2012

What is abundance?

What tells the dictionary? What is the meaning of abundance?
In which areas of our life we can discover "abundance" in reality?

Meaning of "Abundance"

Here come a list of explanational descriptions how most people understand the word: Abundance

noun
1. an extremely plentiful or oversufficient (more than enough) quantity or supply: an abundance of grain.
2. overflowing fullness: abundance of the heart.
3. affluence; wealth: the enjoyment of abundance.
4. Physics, Chemistry . the number of atoms of one isotope of an element divided by the total number of atoms in a mixture of the isotopes.

Origin: 1300-50; Middle English < Middle French < Latin abundantia. See abundant, -ance

Can be confused: abundance, plenty, profusion (see synonym and usage notes at plenty).

Synonyms 1. copiousness, plenteousness. See plenty. 2. generosity.

Antonyms 1. scarcity.

Common samples where the noun "abundance" is often used :

Samples for relational context when the word "abundance" is used:

  • abundance of beggars
  • abundance of capital
  • abundance of children
  • abundance of finds (archaelogy).
  • abundance of fish
  • abundance of flowers
  • abundance of forests
  • abundance of funds
  • abundance of ideas
  • abundance of interest
  • abundance of labour [Br.]
  • abundance of money
  • abundance of passion
  • abundance of patience
  • abundance of species
  • abundance of timber
  • abundance of water
  • abundance of words
  • abundance of work
  • economy of abundance
  • goddess of abundance
  • to be available in abundance
  • abundance of (chemical) elements
  • abundance of liquid funds
  • abundance of natural resources
  • There was an abundance of everything.