much definition

  • adjective:
    • Great in quantity, level, or extent: not much rainfall; much affection.
    • Great in quantity; very long in period
    • Many in quantity.
    • High in position or place.
    • (quantifier combined with mass nouns) great in amount or level or level
  • noun:
    • A large amount or amount: Much is written.
    • One thing great or remarkable: The campus was not a great deal to consider.
    • a good volume; a whole lot; in addition, an indefinite volume.
    • something unusual, wonderful, or apparent; anything considerable.
    • a sizable volume; a tremendous amount.
    • a good, uncommon, or severe thing; anything odd, wonderful, or significant.
    • an excellent quantity or extent
  • adverb:
    • To a good level or level: much smarter.
    • about; very nearly: very similar.
    • Frequently; frequently: doesn't get-out a lot.
    • To a good degree.
    • frequently; often.
    • To a great degree or extent; significantly; abundantly; far; nearly.
    • to a fantastic degree or extent
    • to a really great level or level
    • (level adverb used before a noun phrase) for all useful purposes not totally
    • usually or in great amounts
    • really
  • idiom:
    • the maximum amount of virtually the exact same: I thought just as much. She stated just as much.
  • pronoun:
    • A large amount or great extent.
  • others:
    • Great in dimensions; big; large.
    • Great in quantity or degree; plentiful.
    • numerous in quantity.
    • full of position, rank, or personal station; essential.
    • [Colloq.]
    • In an excellent level; to an excellent quantity or extent; considerably; far.
    • Very.
    • within sense a great deal was previously often used ironically, implying denial.
    • In current use, much or quite definitely corresponds, before a comparative or a superlative because of the, to very before an optimistic: hence, very great, but much or very much greater, much or truly the greatest.
    • almost: frequently focusing the feeling of indefiniteness.
    • [The adverb a lot is extremely often prefixed to participial kinds, etc., to produce chemical adjectives: since, much- abused, much -enduring, much -debated.]
    • which will make much; boost.
    • which will make a lot of; coax; stroke carefully.

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