The antonyms for the word "deficit" are "surplus" and "abundance". A surplus is an excess of something, often referring to money or resources, beyond what is required. A government budget with a surplus means that it is spending less money than it takes in revenue. Additionally, an abundance refers to a plentiful amount of something or a state of having more than enough. This word can be used to describe a variety of resources, such as food, wealth, or energy. In contrast to the negative connotations of a deficit, both surplus and abundance have positive connotations of having more than enough.
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- shortage of something needed, required
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- aid, discourage, dissuade.