abbondare

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin abundāre, present active infinitive of abundō (abound in).

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Verb[edit]

abbondàre (first-person singular present abbóndo, first-person singular past historic abbondài, past participle abbondàto, auxiliary avere or (alternatively in the meaning "to be plentiful") essere) (intransitive)

  1. to be plentiful [auxiliary essere or avere]
  2. to have in large quantities, to abound in [+ di (object)] or [+ in (object)] [auxiliary avere]
  3. to use in large quantities [+ di (object)] or [+ in (object)] [auxiliary avere]
    abbondare di precauzionito take many precautions

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