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Definition of plenty adverb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



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  1. 1plenty more (of) (something) a lot We have plenty more of them in the warehouse. There's plenty more paper if you need it.
  2. 2plenty big, long, etc. enough (to do something) (informal) more than big, long, etc. enough The rope was plenty long enough to reach the ground.
  3. 3(informal) a lot; very We talked plenty about our kids. You can be married and still be plenty lonely.
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