many vs much

many much

Definitions

  • 1) A multitude; a great aggregate; a mass of people; the generality; the common herd.
  • 2) A considerable number.
  • 3) A large indefinite number.
  • 4) The majority of the people; the masses.
  • 5) The populace; the common people; the majority of people, or of a community.
  • 6) obsolete A retinue of servants; a household.
  • 7) A large or considerable number.
  • 8) A considerable number: with the indefinite article, and followed by of expressed or understood.
  • 9) [The phrase a many (as well as a pretty many) is now rare or colloquial; yet a good many and a great many are still in common use.]
  • 10) A multitude; a great aggregate; specifically, the mass of people; the generality; the common herd.
  • 11) See meiny.
  • 12) Being one of a large indefinite number; numerous.
  • 13) Amounting to or consisting of a large indefinite number.
  • 14) Consisting of a great number; numerous; not few.
  • 15) a large number taken distributively; each one of many.
  • 16) many a one; many persons.
  • 17) the majority; -- opposed to the few. See Many, n.
  • 18) too numerous; hence, too powerful.
  • 19) a quantifier that can be used with count nouns and is often preceded by `as' or `too' or `so' or `that'; amounting to a large but indefinite number
  • 20) Much.
  • 21) (as many) The same number of.
  • 22) A collective mass of people.
  • 23) An indefinite large number of people or things.
  • 24) A large number of persons or things.
  • 25) An indefinite large number of.

Definitions

  • 1) Something great or remarkable.
  • 2) A large quantity or amount.
  • 3) A great quantity; a great deal; also, an indefinite quantity.
  • 4) to treat as something of especial value or worth.
  • 5) A thing uncommon, wonderful, or noticeable; something considerable.
  • 6) a great amount or extent
  • 7) A great, uncommon, or serious thing; something strange, wonderful, or considerable.
  • 8) A large quantity; a great deal.
  • 9) Great in quantity, degree, or extent.
  • 10) Great in quantity; long in duration
  • 11) Archaic Many in number.
  • 12) obsolete High in rank or position.
  • 13) (quantifier used with mass nouns) great in quantity or degree or extent
  • 14) Often; frequently.
  • 15) To a great extent.
  • 16) Frequently; often.
  • 17) To a great degree or extent.
  • 18) Just about; almost.
  • 19) To a great degree or extent; greatly; abundantly; far; nearly.
  • 20) to a very great degree or extent
  • 21) to a great degree or extent
  • 22) frequently or in great quantities
  • 23) (degree used before a noun phrase) for all practical purposes but not completely
  • 24) very
  • 25) Very.
  • 26) Manyinnumber.
  • 27) [Colloq.]
  • 28) Tomakemuch;increase.
  • 29) (as much) Almost the same.
  • 30) A large amount or great extent.

Examples

  • 1) There are so many options available that opponents feel emotionally crushed.
  • 2) Where do we find that many good head teachers?
  • 3) It is not known how many members the group has.
  • 4) She spent many hours researching funding online.
  • 5) We have too many people getting a free ride.
  • 6) So why have so many traders got away with charging more?
  • 7) Their indestructible qualities mean they are often used in many a park.
  • 8) We want this message to reach as many people as possible and save lives.
  • 9) They are tackling a problem far larger than many realise.
  • 10) Various vintages are available from many different sources around the country.
  • 11) There is also no doubt many dogs show grief when their owners die.
  • 12) They have helped many other good causes.
  • 13) Too many groups had been stirring up revolutionary expectations.
  • 14) Why was there no one to help us after so many hours?
  • 15) We have got thousands of people in many villages and towns behind us.
  • 16) This too is something which many women have begun to resist.
  • 17) So many cheats get away with that.
  • 18) There are many companies large and small you can buy replacement sofa covers from.
  • 19) This is a vital resource for many members of society who are often vulnerable.
  • 20) Protests against such a system of police surveillance have been made from many parts of the country.
  • 21) We have adapted to many changes over the years but it is hard.
  • 22) No-one would actually use that many acronyms.
  • 23) She became determined to warn as many people as possible.
  • 24) You compare your numbers to how many friends other people have.
  • 25) She said that she had decided to speak out now because there had been 'too many lies '.
  • 26) Too many people are greedy with this space..many times I've arrived at my seat and found no room for my own shopping bag or cabin bag in the old fashion sense of the 60's..
  • 27) Sony does have higher prices many/most times..but if you use inkmesh and narrow down to epub by selecting Sony Reader on the left side..many times Sony's prices are right there with everyone else.
  • 28) Acknowledging the necessity to work with others; getting the guts to ask for help in order to preclude slamming one's head against the wall for extended amounts of time; finding two, three or even more ways to tackle a problem, whether it be literally in homework or otherwise in managing life and time; learning many, _many_ subtle things that you certainly won't regret learning as you tackle challenges in the future.
  • 29) Like Brian said, he falls right in there with many of the greats Bill Tucci, Joe Jusko, EBAS, …..many more with his awesome, yet humble attitude.
  • 30) Re the maggot story: many *many* adjectives spring to mind, but I'm going to go with "resourceful"...
  • 31) Seems like many *many* people who come for the party decide to crash on the floor afterwards.
  • 32) An essential argument to have a truly free market is there are many customers who can choose between many goods from *many* competing sellers.
  • 33) Motherships..sheesh, at least people here use facts,,I have shown you many false prophecies by many ‘nutbags’..many of them like Robertson, Falwell, Rushdoonie, Hagee and their Iraq war for Jesus end times insanity and I posted them because I do NOT run my life by them and people should not listen to Hagee and these other War, death and blodd for the return of Jesus ‘nutbags’
  • 34) Thottbot at least has the potential to be a truly comprehensive data source for that kind of analysis, in fact now that I think of it I find myself wishing something like this had existed for Camelot, it would have saved me many, *many* hours of gathering data on how the combat system was actually performing which was very different from how the programmers thought it worked.
  • 35) You remember when I asked you five times ... maybe six  times, if you would tell me a number; how many victims ... how many  people.
  • 36) ‘These parties may win many of their votes on the race issue, but they win very few votes.’
  • 37) ‘Over the years, many of those who used to be members have died or live in care homes.’
  • 38) ‘Over the past few weeks he has appeared in many of the smaller venues where he started out.’
  • 39) ‘Irrespective of that fact, the message of the time is that too many of us use the car too much.’
  • 40) ‘It was a time when many of his old so-called friends had dropped him like a hot potato.’
  • 41) ‘The council plans to bring in a private partner to run and manage many of its buildings.’
  • 42) ‘Worst of all, these were the very questions on the minds of many of the public back home.’
  • 43) ‘He is also an expert in solar technology and many of the bus stops will run on solar and wind power.’
  • 44) ‘Most of the hard work was done by women, since many of the men had gone off to find employment.’
  • 45) ‘You may have weapons he seems to say, but we are still men and there are many of us.’
  • 46) ‘At least two of them tend to accompany me on many of my journeys beyond these walls.’
  • 47) ‘I can warn you now that many of you are not going to like what I'm going to do with the place.’
  • 48) ‘Cycling can and should be used when possible but for many it is simply not a viable option.’
  • 49) ‘There is a long way to go yet with these proposals, and possibly many changes to be made.’
  • 50) ‘They say the measure of the man is in the number and quality of friends he keeps and John had many.’
  • 51) ‘many errors do not cause harm, but in many ways these are as important as those that do.’
  • 52) ‘It is here that many people come as they prepare for their leap of faith across the border.’
  • 53) ‘From the point of view of the individual, trial by jury is a good thing for many reasons.’
  • 54) ‘The hunt ride was a fixture of the event many years ago, but was reinstated this year.’
  • 55) ‘Towneley is the largest of Burnley's many parks and is a jewel in the crown of the town.’
  • 56) ‘This is an incredible case of where the needs of the many are trampled on for the needs of the one.’
  • 57) ‘It would be done not only by the cheques of a few, but by the pence of the many, he said.’
  • 58) ‘Troy depicts a war fought for the gain of the few and paid for in the blood and tears of the many.’

Examples

  • 1) Time and resources spent on social media just got much easier to justify.
  • 2) much less common is to look at how important a goal was.
  • 3) much of the money he earned went to bail out his dad.
  • 4) You could see how much this meant to us and to the fans.
  • 5) But this was about something so much less tangible than cash.
  • 6) The replay is going to be much better!
  • 7) Too much needs to happen too quickly.
  • 8) It's often a much better option than silk.
  • 9) Many firms offer add-on deals and bundles making it much cheaper to use the internet abroad.
  • 10) We often ask how much is enough?
  • 11) We need to wake up to just how much we consume.
  • 12) The risk of leukaemia is much less.
  • 13) The unbearable weight of expectation and the sheer guilt of costing so much money.
  • 14) That does not say much for the rest of them.
  • 15) We need something much more like a command structure than a committee.
  • 16) Today they will find out it goes much further.
  • 17) The focus comes much closer to home.
  • 18) So much has happened in ten years.
  • 19) Use as much point end as you wish.
  • 20) You go through so much and end up very close.
  • 21) Other sources cautioned that it could take much longer to hammer out a deal.
  • 22) This much is also told in the previous accounts.
  • 23) Was it getting too much for her already?
  • 24) There won't be much love going on.
  • 25) My mum says there is 'too much information' in them.
  • 26) Architects aren't abandoning the panorama altogether, but they are realising that you can have too much of a good thing.
  • 27) He needs to loose the wieght because it will make him feel much *much* better, the vet agrees.
  • 28) I don't like how they're just using Harry Potter for money, but if they're gonna do two, at least they can take it much more in-depth and add much more detail than they might have done with one. bird does anyone know what the whole fighting scene is where they show harry ron and hermione running thru a forest? i dont remember that in the books...
  • 29) Instead I spent too much time writing notes, making the effort to find just the right words to show how much… anyway, the point is that I should have just been sending them all along.
  • 30) I would never have thought of this combination Mansi..thanks so much for sharing this beautiful recipe..much better way to have caffeine than drink that regular coffee at work!
  • 31) Right now, even the best minds on earth haven't figured out how to supply enough energy to meet demand at * current* levels, much less supply enough energy to meet * growing* demands, a problem which will only get * much* worse as China and India (among many growing economies) continue to grow.
  • 32) - Guinevere's party stops along the way for a cup of tea; tea wasn't imported to England until much, * much* later.
  • 33) "That will be much _much_ the more pleasurable for me."
  • 34) The solution may be kept always exposed, and much improves by this: if _much_ used, it should be replenished with a simple solution of hypo. three ounces or two ounces to the pint; if little used, it may be filled up as much as evaporates with pure water.
  • 35) Oh! could I now but impress upon your minds, how much, how _very much_ of your happiness depends on the way you begin.
  • 36) _ I wish he wouldn't talk so much, and look more where he is going -- we're _much_ too near the hedge!
  • 37) ‘So much of modern medicine relies on our understanding of the physiology of the human body.’
  • 38) ‘I am a little afraid to ask what it is, but I do know I will not be eating much of this.’
  • 39) ‘He is thought to have spent much of the previous night at a North Yorkshire guest house.’
  • 40) ‘To be honest I was asleep for much of the flight so I really don't know what happened.’
  • 41) ‘How do you disagree with much of what the papers print, yet defend to the death their right to print it?’
  • 42) ‘Few argue with the need to improve the shabby eyesore which blights much of Piccadilly.’
  • 43) ‘The whole show was cringingly off the mark and much of the time was just plain boring and pointless.’
  • 44) ‘So much money is going into the city centre and we feel that we're being ignored.’
  • 45) ‘So much it is possible to learn from reading the newspapers and watching the television.’
  • 46) ‘There was so much juicy gossip it was hard to pay much attention to the debate.’
  • 47) ‘Local drivers will bear much of the cost, through road tolls and vehicle licence fees.’
  • 48) ‘These stories are rife on the streets and provoke much fear, among the rich and poor equally.’
  • 49) ‘It is therefore no wonder that it yields poor crops, in return for much labour and expense.’
  • 50) ‘He does not have much free time but when he does he enjoys spending time in his garden.’
  • 51) ‘Often this turns out to be a hoax, clogging up the net and causing much unnecessary anxiety.’
  • 52) ‘She didn't say much other than what she was up to professionally, but there you go.’
  • 53) ‘Technically that's a good thing, as it means there's not much bad going on in the world.’
  • 54) ‘I didn't have much interesting news to offer him, but it was nice just to talk to him.’
  • 55) ‘None of the brothers had given much thought to the consequences of their actions.’
  • 56) ‘The most important thing is that we're here and there isn't much left for the finish.’
  • 57) ‘The idea wasn't at all simple and so I didn't have much of a chance to run with it.’
  • 58) ‘In an escalating situation neither side has much of a reputation for brinkmanship.’
  • 59) ‘Great person, and a huge influence, but didn't have that much of an effect on the album.’
  • 60) ‘As anyone can see, I'm not much of a scholar when it comes to writing, maybe when it comes to anything.’
  • 61) ‘Well folks, not much of a story, is it?’
  • 62) ‘It is a gesture that is very much appreciated by myself and Dawn's family in Devon.’
  • 63) ‘Their innovative power and tremendous humour and charm are still very much intact.’
  • 64) ‘McEwan has always had a twinkle in her eyes and this is going to be very much evident with the new series.’
  • 65) ‘The meeting of City fans on Monday revealed that the soul of York City is very much alive.’
  • 66) ‘The main river is a much different prospect, with a nice variety of fish falling to maggot.’
  • 67) ‘Sherry has been much reviled by reviewers and accused of literally losing the plot.’
  • 68) ‘Michael will miss his adopted home and the camaraderie and will be much missed in turn.’
  • 69) ‘The dog is a much loved family pet and on these two occasions it was allowed to roam on to the street.’
  • 70) ‘Her shoulders shone with a deepening tan, much different from when he had first seen her.’
  • 71) ‘In his studies he was much influenced by the thinking of Gandhi and Reinhold Niebuhr.’
  • 72) ‘He was much respected for his willingness to listen, and for the sincerity of his advice.’
  • 73) ‘He had not much liked the earlier hit he had taken, and he absolutely despised this.’
  • 74) ‘Will rushed over to check I was ok, and gave me a much-needed hug, stroking my hair as he did so.’
  • 75) ‘So much so, that when I do have a task to perform, it seems like a really big deal.’
  • 76) ‘So much did he love playing the trumpet that he had bought a new instrument.’
  • 77) ‘In wealthy areas, the total income available to be taxed is much higher than in poor areas.’
  • 78) ‘Yet the poor person is much more likely to spend an additional dollar than a rich person.’
  • 79) ‘Scotland was a much poorer country than England at the time of the Treaty of Union.’
  • 80) ‘Such a screenwriter runs the risk of being accused of much more than just poor taste.’
  • 81) ‘The rich are much more powerful than the poor and will crush them with a level playing field.’
  • 82) ‘I don't go out much anymore, so a Guide Dog would be wasted on me.’
  • 83) ‘He is kind of an egocentric person and I guess if he doesn't read much, he doesn't think anyone does either.’
  • 84) ‘We don't watch tv much, but we spend all of our time on the Internet.’
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