much

much
1. adjective, comp.
(more; superl. most)
много; much snow много снега; much time много времени
much water has flown under the bridge since that time = много воды утекло с тех пор
to be too much for оказаться не по силам кому-л.
2. adverb
(comp. more; superl. most)
1) очень; I am much obliged to you я вам очень благодарен
2) гораздо, значительно; much more natural гораздо естественнее; much better намного лучше
3) почти, приблизительно; much of a size (a height, etc.) почти того же размера (той же высоты и т. п.); much (about) the same почти (одно и) то же, почти такой же
not much отнюдь нет; ни в коем случае
3. noun
многое;
to make much of
а) высоко ценить; быть высокого мнения;
б) носиться с кем-л., чем-л.
he is not much of a scholar он не слишком образованный человек
much of a muchness collocation почти (одно и) то же; = одного поля ягода
much will have more посл. = деньги к деньгам
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1 (d) гораздо; много; намного
2 (p) много
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(more, most) 1) много 2) очень, гораздо
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[mʌtʃ] n. многое adj. очень, гораздо больше adv. очень, много, почти, приблизительно, гораздо, значительно
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богато
значительно
клок
лоскут
многие
много
много-много
не-много
сильно
сильно-сильно
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1. прил.; сравн. - more; превосх. - most обильный, богатый; присутствующий в большом количестве или объеме 2. нареч.; сравн. - more; превосх. - most 1) весьма, очень, сильно; в большой степени 2) (при сравн. ст.) гораздо 3) близко 3. сущ. 1) многое; большое количество 2) что-л., заслуживающее внимания, важное

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  • much — For the complementary uses of much and very, see very. very, much 1. The uses of very and much as intensifying adverbs are for the most part complementary. Very qualifies adjectives and adverbs (very large / very slowly), whereas much qualifies… …   Modern English usage

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  • much — [much] adj. more, most [ME muche < muchel, large, much < OE mycel, large in size or quantity < IE base * meĝ(h) , large > Gr megas, L magnus] 1. Obs. many in number 2. great in quantity, amount, degree, etc. adv. more, most …   English World dictionary

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  • much — ► DETERMINER & PRONOUN (more, most) 1) a large amount. 2) indicating that someone or something is a poor specimen: I m not much of a gardener. ► ADVERB 1) to a great extent; a great deal. 2) for a large part of one s time; often …   English terms dictionary

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  • Much — (m[u^]ch), a. [Compar. & superl. wanting, but supplied by {More} (m[=o]r), and {Most} (m[=o]st), from another root.] [OE. moche, muche, miche, prob. the same as mochel, muchel, michel, mikel, fr. AS. micel, mycel; cf. Gr. me gas, fem. mega lh,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Much — Much, n. 1. A great quantity; a great deal; also, an indefinite quantity; as, you have as much as I. [1913 Webster] He that gathered much had nothing over. Ex. xvi. 18. [1913 Webster] Note: Muchin this sense can be regarded as an adjective… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • much — [adj] plenty abundant, adequate, a lot of*, ample, complete, considerable, copious, countless, endless, enough, everywhere, extravagant, full, galore, generous, great, heaps*, immeasurable, jam packed*, lavish, loads*, lotsa*, many, mega*, mucho* …   New thesaurus


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