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abundance 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/əˈbəndəns/,
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abundances, plural;
  1. A very large quantity of something
    • - the tropical island boasts an abundance of wildlife
  2. The quantity or amount of something, e.g., a chemical element or an animal or plant species, present in a particular area, volume, sample, etc
    • - estimates of abundance of harp seals
    • - the relative abundances of carbon and nitrogen
  3. (in solo whist) A bid by which a player undertakes to make nine or more tricks

  4. The state or condition of having a copious quantity of something; plentifulness
    • - vines and figs grew in abundance
  5. Plentifulness of the good things of life; prosperity
    • - the growth of industry promised wealth and abundance

  1. the property of a more than adequate quantity or supply; "an age of abundance"
  2. (physics) the ratio of the number of atoms of a specific isotope of an element to the total number of isotopes present
  3. (chemistry) the ratio of the total mass of an element in the earth's crust to the total mass of the earth's crust; expressed as a percentage or in parts per million
  4. (abundant) present in great quantity; "an abundant supply of water"
  5. The abundance of a chemical element measures how relatively common the element is, or how much of the element there is by comparison to all other elements. ...
  6. In a chemical reaction, a reactant is considered to be in abundance if the quantity of that substance is high and virtually unchanged by the reaction. ...
  7. Abundance is an ecological concept referring to the relative representation of a species in a particular ecosystem. It is usually measured as the large number of individuals found per sample. How species abundances are distributed within an ecosystem is referred to as relative species abundances.
  8. Abundance is a Forth-inspired programming language for DOS, created by Roedy Green.
  9. Post scarcity or post-scarcity describes a hypothetical form of economy or society, often explored in science fiction, in which things such as goods, services and information are free, or practically free. ...
  10. An overflowing fullness or ample sufficiency; profusion; copious supply; superfluity; wealth; Frequency, amount, ratio of something within a given environment
  11. (abundant) Fully sufficient; found in copious supply; in great quantity; Richly supplied — followed by in, rarely by with; Being an abundant number, i.e. less than the sum of all of its divisors except itself
  12. (abundant) more than enough มากมาย
  13. (abundant) plentiful - 25 misses
  14. (Abundant) Available in large supply. Usually meaningful only in relative terms, compared to demand and/or to supply at another place or time. See factor abundance.
  15. (Abundant) A species that, because of its habits and conspicuousness occurs in very large numbers.
  16. (Abundant) refers to species that may be seen daily in its suitable habitat and season, and counted in relatively large numbers.
  17. (abundant) Very likely present in appropriate habitats, sometimes forming dense stands. (see common , rare, uncommon)
  18. every package has what it needs, i.e., its dependencies are satisfied
  19. The experimentally determined amount or intensity of a peak in a given mass spectrum.
  20. The number of individuals in a stock or a population.
  21. Number of organisms in a defined sampling unit, usually expressed as aerial coverage.
  22. In Lurianic Kabbalah, abundance refers to the Light which the Emanator (God) bestows upon the vessels (i.e. His creatures).
  23. the number of organisms in a population, combining density within inhabited areas with number and size of inhabited areas. (Canadian Council of Forest Ministers) return to top
  24. A state where a nation possesses a high amount of natural resources, a high energy technological industrial complex, and sufficiently trained personnel to operate that technology to produce a high standard of living. To date only the continent of North America possesses all three of these. ...
  25. The total number of sub-taxa within a taxon. For example, we will commonly look at the total abundance of creatures within a genotype, or the abundance of genotypes within a species.