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English Vocabulary about Numbers with Flashcards

Published on March 13th, 2019 | Last updated on September 3rd, 2020 by | Category: English Vocabulary in Context | No Comments on English Vocabulary about Numbers with Flashcards | 118 Views | Reading Time: 3 minutes

English Vocabulary about Numbers with Flashcards

English Vocabulary about Numbers with Flashcards

A few

I have to buy a few things at the supermarket.


As people accumulate more wealth, they tend to spend a greater proportion of their incomes.

A thick layer of dust had accumulated in the room.


She has amassed a huge fortune from her novels.

Some of his colleagues envy the enormous wealth that he has amassed.


They sat before an array of microphones and cameras.

A large number of magazines were arrayed on the stand.


In the past, people used to use abacuses to calculate things.


The conference room doesn’t have enough capacity to accommodate so many participants.


There is so much fluctuation in the interest rates among the young.


A multitude of the students have registered for the geography field trip.


She wrote a truly prodigious number of novels.

She was a prodigious musician.


A large quantity of the students resort to cramming when it comes tofinal exams.

Europe is considering some quotas on the number of legal immigrants annually.

The screaming child was being followed by a swarm of angry bees.

The boss shouted, “Stop arguing over the trifles and focus on the main point.”

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