English to Welsh Meaning :: plenty

Plenty :
- digoneddaplenty

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Noun(1) a full supply(2) (often followed by `of'
Adverb(1) as much as necessary, `plenty' is nonstandard

Show Examples

(1) Adults and children alike will have plenty to see at Bowood House, which caters for all the family.(2) My dad's thinking was that it's plenty fast to be in the race.(3) No matter what your interest, there is plenty to see and do at the Holker Garden Festival this year.(4) In my experience, though, it ends up being easy to read and plenty fast.(5) So there's still plenty to look forward to and I, for one, plan to relish every second of it.(6) On Christmas Day, at least, we hope to bring plenty and warmth to all such cases.(7) You didn't stick to your strategy, and it may have cost you plenty in the long run.(8) For that reason, many less discriminating viewers will be plenty happy with this movie.(9) Most gamers will probably find that the default view is plenty good though.(10) Windy was still making sure everyone was evacuated, and the other 3 were plenty busy.(11) Seeing animals reproducing in the wild would be plenty magical enough for me.(12) It raining plenty back in Jamaica, so much so that even hail was dropping from the sky!(13) 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.(14) such natural phenomena as famine and plenty(15) you'll have plenty to keep you busy(16) The slate-built village itself above the lake also has plenty to offer the sightseer.
Related Words
(1) plenty of ::
llawer o
1. enough ::
2. prosperity ::
3. affluence ::
4. wealth ::
5. opulence ::
6. comfort ::
7. luxury ::
9. abundance ::
11. a lot of ::
llawer o
12. many ::
13. a great deal of ::
llawer iawn o
15. no lack of ::
dim prinder
16. sufficient ::
17. a wealth of ::
cyfoeth o
18. loads of ::
llawer o
19. lots of ::
llawer o
20. heaps of ::
tomenni o
21. stacks of ::
pentyrrau o
22. masses of ::
llu o
23. tons of ::
tunnell o
24. oodles of ::
beth wmbredd o
25. scads of ::
scads o
26. a slew of ::
laddodd o
27. a bucketload of ::
yn bucketload o
28. a buttload of ::
yn buttload o
29. a shedload of ::
yn shedload o
1. deficiency ::
2. inadequacy ::
Different Forms
aplenty, plenty
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

You\'ve had plenty of feelings
about me over the years.

You've had PLENTY of feelings about me over the years.

Westworld Season 2, Episode 9

There\'s plenty of pious sons of bitches

There's PLENTY of pious sons of bitches

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 7

Gives Mance Rayder plenty of time
to throw a party in our honor.

Gives Mance Rayder PLENTY of time to throw a party in our honor.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 5

And there\'s plenty of him
between here and King\'s Landing.

And there's PLENTY of him between here and King's Landing.

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 1

So, we have plenty of
the 60-40 tin to lead ratio solder,

So, we have PLENTY of the 60-40 tin to lead ratio solder,

The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 19

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