Traducción de copious en español:

copious

copioso, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈkoʊpiəs/ /ˈkəʊpɪəs/

Ver definición en español de copioso

adjetivo

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    copioso
    abundante
    • A sensible approach was taken to the game and copious quantities of water were supplied to the players in an effort to stop them dehydrating.
    • On the other hand, the King Cobra, which has a relatively less potent venom, injects a copious quantity in one bite.
    • It has a year-long mild climate, copious supplies of fresh water, vegetation and trees that contain plenty of good things to eat.
    • Life is so much easier these days, with supermarkets providing us with copious supplies of fruit and vegetables all year round.
    • There is a copious supply of comment forms for residents of Bingley to write their thoughts on and a ballot box into which to deposit the forms.
    • All her pails, rags, and brushes were over there, along with copious supplies of soot.
    • As a result of his faulty strategy, White now loses copious quantities of material.
    • Nothing was wasted; the copious quantities of fat produced as a by-product would be sold to the fish and chip trade.
    • My advice is to go to see this film sooner, rather than later because you may well want to return to see it again armed with a pen and copious amounts of paper.
    • The weekend and today have been mostly taking it easy drinking copious amounts of tea and sleeping all day today.
    • He now has 15 diaries filled with copious notes, running into more than 5,000 pages.
    • Pumpkins need copious amounts of food and water, particularly at the small seedling stage and when flowers and fruits are forming.
    • But my greatest one is - by far and away - the ability to watch copious amounts of television.
    • I'm worryingly sober, despite a rather copious amount of alcohol consumed.
    • The funniest moment happened when I noticed one guest drinking a rather copious amount of someone else's gin.
    • The copious quantities of salt in this product are unlikely to help matters either.
    • "I try to take copious notes on song quality, " he adds.
    • However, like all lawyers, he came to the interview carrying copious notes!
    • Bound elegantly with copious footnotes, this is a monument to a scholar's lifetime work.
    • The result is a very long book of just under 500 pages with copious references.