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abound
American English: /əˈbaʊnd/
British English: /əˈbaʊnd/

Translation of abound in Spanish:

intransitive verb

  • to abound in owith something
    abundar en algo
    Example sentences
    • In some situations, the declines are so gentle that arguments abound as to whether a bear market really existed at all.
    • Realistic hope abounds but, in truth, it probably won't happen.
    • In Surbiton, around by the station, rubbish abounds.

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