superabound


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su·per·a·bound

 (so͞o′pər-ə-bound′)
intr.v. su·per·a·bound·ed, su·per·a·bound·ing, su·per·a·bounds
To be unusually or excessively abundant.
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superabound

(ˌsuːpərəˈbaʊnd)
vb
1. (intr) to abound abnormally; be in surplus
2. rare to be more abundant than (something else)
superabundance n
ˌsuperaˈbundant adj
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superabound


Past participle: superabounded
Gerund: superabounding

Imperative
superabound
superabound
Present
I superabound
you superabound
he/she/it superabounds
we superabound
you superabound
they superabound
Preterite
I superabounded
you superabounded
he/she/it superabounded
we superabounded
you superabounded
they superabounded
Present Continuous
I am superabounding
you are superabounding
he/she/it is superabounding
we are superabounding
you are superabounding
they are superabounding
Present Perfect
I have superabounded
you have superabounded
he/she/it has superabounded
we have superabounded
you have superabounded
they have superabounded
Past Continuous
I was superabounding
you were superabounding
he/she/it was superabounding
we were superabounding
you were superabounding
they were superabounding
Past Perfect
I had superabounded
you had superabounded
he/she/it had superabounded
we had superabounded
you had superabounded
they had superabounded
Future
I will superabound
you will superabound
he/she/it will superabound
we will superabound
you will superabound
they will superabound
Future Perfect
I will have superabounded
you will have superabounded
he/she/it will have superabounded
we will have superabounded
you will have superabounded
they will have superabounded
Future Continuous
I will be superabounding
you will be superabounding
he/she/it will be superabounding
we will be superabounding
you will be superabounding
they will be superabounding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been superabounding
you have been superabounding
he/she/it has been superabounding
we have been superabounding
you have been superabounding
they have been superabounding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been superabounding
you will have been superabounding
he/she/it will have been superabounding
we will have been superabounding
you will have been superabounding
they will have been superabounding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been superabounding
you had been superabounding
he/she/it had been superabounding
we had been superabounding
you had been superabounding
they had been superabounding
Conditional
I would superabound
you would superabound
he/she/it would superabound
we would superabound
you would superabound
they would superabound
Past Conditional
I would have superabounded
you would have superabounded
he/she/it would have superabounded
we would have superabounded
you would have superabounded
they would have superabounded
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Translations

superabound

[ˌsuːpərəˈbaʊnd] VIsobreabundar (in, with en)
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superabound

vi
im Überfluss vorhanden sein
eine Überfülle haben (→ in/with an +dat)
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