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Abound in

In this post, we're going to learn the phrasal verb abound in (with)


to have something in large quantities:


to abound with fish/plants/goods

Test your understanding

If a place abounds with things,
A) there are a few numbers of them
B) there are very large numbers of them

Phrasal verb


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