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co·pi·ous

 (kō′pē-əs)
adj.
1. Yielding or containing plenty; affording ample supply: a copious harvest. See Synonyms at plentiful.
2. Large in quantity; abundant: copious rainfall.
3. Abounding in matter, thoughts, or words; wordy: "I found our speech copious without order, and energetic without rules" (Samuel Johnson).

[Middle English, from Latin cōpiōsus, from cōpia, abundance; see op- in Indo-European roots.]

co′pi·ous·ly adv.
co′pi·ous·ness n.

copious

(ˈkəʊpɪəs)
adj
1. abundant; extensive in quantity
2. having or providing an abundant supply
3. full of words, ideas, etc; profuse
[C14: from Latin cōpiōsus well supplied, from cōpia abundance, from ops wealth]
ˈcopiously adv
ˈcopiousness n

co•pi•ous

(ˈkoʊ pi əs)

adj.
1. large in quantity or number; abundant; plentiful.
2. yielding an abundant supply: a copious harvest.
3. exhibiting abundance or fullness, as of thoughts.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Latin cōpiōsus plentiful, rich]
co′pi•ous•ly, adv.
co′pi•ous•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.copious - large in number or quantity (especially of discourse); "she took copious notes"; "a subject of voluminous legislation"
abundant - present in great quantity; "an abundant supply of water"
2.copious - affording an abundant supplycopious - affording an abundant supply; "had ample food for the party"; "copious provisions"; "food is plentiful"; "a plenteous grape harvest"; "a rich supply"
abundant - present in great quantity; "an abundant supply of water"

copious

copious

adjective
Translations
وافِر، وَفـيـر
bohatýhojný
fyldigrigelig
ríkulegur
apsčiaiproduktyvusskaitlingas
bagātīgsproduktīvs

copious

[ˈkəʊpɪəs] ADJcopioso, abundante

copious

[ˈkəʊpɪəs] adj
[amount] → copieux/euse, abondant(e)
[notes] → copieux/euse

copious

adj supplygroß, reichlich; information, details, illustrationszahlreich; writerfruchtbar; copious amounts of somethingreichliche Mengen von etw or an etw (dat); to weep copious tearsStröme or eine Flut von Tränen vergießen

copious

[ˈkəʊpɪəs] adj (tears) → copioso/a; (harvest) → abbondante, copioso/a; (notes, supply) → abbondante

copious

(ˈkəupiəs) adjective
plentiful. a copious supply.
ˈcopiously adverb
ˈcopiousness noun

copious

a. abundante, copioso-a.

copious

adj copioso
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