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ample Saltos de línea: ample
Pronunciación: /ˈamp(ə)l/

Definición de ample en inglés:

adjetivo (ampler, amplest)

1Enough or more than enough; plentiful: there is ample time for discussion an ample supply of consumer goods
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • A landing between the ground and first floors is ample enough to be used as a study.
  • There were ample enough seats, considering that the table could seat thirty-six people.
  • He has maybe up to six options on most pass plays, enough to give him ample choices against most any defense.
Sinónimos
enough, sufficient, adequate, plenty of, abundant, more than enough, enough and to spare;
suitable, satisfactory, passable, allowable, tolerable
informal plenty, decent
informal a gogo, galore
South African informal lank
literary bounteous, plenteous
1.1Large and accommodating: he leaned back in his ample chair
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • People who have a modest home with an ample garden will be able to accommodate this breed.
  • Boot space is not extensive but more ample than you'd expect.
  • Unfortunately, there was not enough toast to support the ample slice of foie gras.
Sinónimos
spacious, commodious, capacious, roomy, sizeable, substantial, generous, big, large, broad, wide, extensive;
voluminous, loose-fitting, baggy, slack, slouchy, sloppy, full
rare spacey
1.2(Of a person’s figure) full or broad: she stood with her hands on her ample hips
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The mammies all wore the brightly coloured cloths wound tightly round their ample figures, and turban-like round their heads.
  • Her features were actually too full and sensual, her figure too ample to fit the mold.
  • She can kit herself out with a smart new wardrobe to disguise her more ample post-baby figure.

Derivados

ampleness

1
Pronunciación: /ˈampəlnəs/
sustantivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • The buds are heavy, each so full of fragrant petals that they are drooping under the weight of their ampleness.
  • As a child, I was drawn to them and felt nourished by their ampleness and their warm reds, golds, rich greens, and browns.
  • There is clearly a pleasure in supple ampleness.

Origen

Late Middle English: via French from Latin amplus 'large, capacious, abundant'.

Más
  • This is an adoption of a French word, from Latin amplus ‘large, capacious, abundant’.

Palabras que riman con ample

trample

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