"plentiful" Spanish translation
In a world of increasing prosperity and plentiful food supplies, it is unacceptable that close to 800 million people still suffer from hunger and malnutrition.
So much so, incidentally, that Europe’ s number one poultry producer, Doux, has relocated to Brazil to take advantage of cheap labour and plentiful raw materials at low prices.
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Usage examples for "plentiful" in Spanish
The Commission's action in providing rapid and plentiful humanitarian aid is to be applauded.
Fish stocks are plentiful, and there is enough room for everyone, both tourists and fishermen.
"The harvest is plentiful, but the labourers are few" (Mt 9, 37)
plentiful, but the labourers are few" (Mt 9, 37).
"The harvest is plentiful, but the labourers are few"
If Mr Bush, in his plentiful wisdom, thinks that Turkey is so great, let him have it join his own country!
It was never so plentiful as it is now.
Our own experience in the Baltic Sea is that the salmon are plentiful, but some underlying political decisions are involved.
But in the long term this Charter may push energy prices down since the supply of crude petroleum and gas will become more plentiful.
The problem is one of both water quality and water resources, of which there is not a plentiful supply everywhere in Europe, especially in very dry regions.
We do that by creating an information society where information is plentiful and widely distributed and through reliable infrastructure.
Compare that to Norway and Iceland who both refused to join the EU: their fish stocks remain plentiful and their fishing industries flourish because they look after them, forbidding discards.
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