ample

ample
كَثِير \ ample: enough or more than is necessary: There is an ample supply of food. We have ample time to catch the train. considerable: great (of amount, cost, difficulty, distance, etc.). constant: happening very often: He paid constant visit to the doctor. good: fairly large: It cost a good deal of money. many: a large number (of): He has (very) many friends. Many (of them) are at school with him. Many hands make light work (A job is done faster if we help each other). many a: used with a singular noun, equal in sense to a plural noun: I’ve been there many a time (many times). plentiful: (esp. of fruit or vegetables) obtainable in large numbers: Apples are plentiful this year. We had a plentiful supply of fruit.

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  • ample — ample …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • ample — [ ɑ̃pl ] adj. • XIIe; lat. amplus 1 ♦ Qui a de l ampleur. ⇒ large. Manteau ample (opposé à cintré, ajusté). ♢ D une amplitude considérable. Des mouvements amples. « Une oscillation ample et vague secouait la foule » (Sartre). Une voix ample. 2 ♦… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • ample — AMPLE. adj. des 2 genres. Qui est étendu en longueur et en largeur audelà de la mesure la plus ordinaire, la plus commune de chaque chose. Ample étendue. Ce lieu, cet espace n est pas assez ample. Une robe bien ample. Un manteax fort ample. Ce… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • ample — AMPLE. adj. de tout genre. Qui est estendu en longueur, & en largeur au dela de la mesure la plus ordinaire, la plus commune. Ample estenduë. ce lieu, cet espace n est pas assez ample. la marge de ce livre est fort ample. Il se dit principalement …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Ample — Am ple, a. [F. ample, L. amplus, prob. for ambiplus full on both sides, the last syllable akin to L. plenus full. See {Full}, and cf. {Double}.] Large; great in size, extent, capacity, or bulk; spacious; roomy; widely extended. [1913 Webster] All …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Ample — Caractéristiques Longueur 15,7 km Bassin  ? Bassin collecteur Tech …   Wikipédia en Français

  • AMPLE — is the name of two different programming languages.AMPLE the Music LanguageAMPLE (Advanced Music Production Language and Environment) was a FORTH like programming language for programming the 500/5000 series of add on music synthesisers for the… …   Wikipedia

  • ample — Fowler (1926) wrote that ample was ‘legitimate only with nouns denoting immaterial or abstract things’ such as opportunity, praise, provision, and time. He did not accept that it could be properly used in attributive position before nouns like… …   Modern English usage

  • ample — Ample, Amplus. Lettre du Roy bien ample, Diploma vberrimum, B. ex Cic. Un edict ample, Edictum vberrimum …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • ample — (adj.) mid 15c., from M.Fr. ample, from L. amplus large, spacious, related to ampla handle, grip …   Etymology dictionary

  • ample — I adjective abounding, abundant, adequate, bountiful, broad enough, capacious, commodious, comprehensive, copious, expansive, extensive, generous, large enough, liberal, many, plenteous, satisfactory, sufficient II index adequate, broad,… …   Law dictionary

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