[plen-ti-fuh l] /ˈplɛn tɪ fəl/
existing in great :
Coal was plentiful, and therefore cheap, in that region.
a plentiful source of inspiration.
having or yielding an abundance: a plentiful year
late 15c., from plenty + -ful. Related: Plentifully.
[plen-tee] /ˈplɛn ti/ noun, plural plenties. 1. a full or abundant supply or amount: There is plenty of time. 2. the state or quality of being ; abundance: resources in plenty. 3. an abundance, as of goods or luxuries, or a time of such abundance: the plenty of a rich harvest; the plenty that comes […]
[plee-nuh m, plen-uh m] /ˈpli nəm, ˈplɛn əm/ noun, plural plenums, plena [plee-nuh, plen-uh] /ˈpli nə, ˈplɛn ə/ (Show IPA) 1. the state or a space in which a gas, usually air, is contained at a pressure greater than atmospheric pressure. 2. a full assembly, as a joint legislative assembly. 3. a space, usually above […]
- Plenum cable
hardware Cable that can be (legally) installed in the plenum (the space between a ceiling and the floor above it). Such cable is (usually) teflon-coated so that it will not give off toxic fumes when burned. In some parts of the world such cable is required by law. (1996-08-25)
noun 1. a system of mechanical ventilation in which fresh air is forced into the spaces to be ventilated from a chamber (plenum chamber) at a pressure slightly higher than atmospheric pressure, so as to expel foul air.