noun: Fullness to overflowing: "My thoughts . . . are from the abundance of my heart” ( Thomas De Quincey).
noun: Affluence; wealth.
noun: Chemistry The amount of an isotope of an element that exists in nature, usually expressed as a percentage of the total amount of all isotopes of the element.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
Since the effect of the movement is to reduce the liquids to the same condition, _a difference in density causes the flow to be greater from the less dense toward the denser liquid_, than in the opposite direction; while _a difference in composition causes the substances in solution to move from the place of greater abundance toward places of less abundance_.
He buys at a low price in proportion to the abundance of the articles in demand; _abundance_, then, enriches him.
What it does have in abundance is limp, broad comedy starring Shia LaBeouf and some actually rather tepid vamping by former-It Girl Megan Fox.
My patience, never in abundance, is rapidly waning with every subdivision of these hairs.
What NASA has in abundance is a higher approval rating than at any time in its history - even during the height of Apollo - and it stands as a beacon of hope to a world fraught with economic depression, security threats and a general malaise.