no shortage of

no shortage of

A plentiful amount of people or things; more than is required. We've had no shortage of issues with the new operating system that we're still trying to figure out. There's no shortage of people looking to buy these tickets, so if you want them, you'd better say so!
See also: no, of, shortage
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