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many
'mɛniː
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. 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.
Hyphenationman•y
Part of Speech(定冠词) definite article, (名) noun
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多数duōshùmajority; most
许多xǔduōmany; a lot of; much
nuó(archaic) many; beautiful; how; old variant of ; (Chinese surname)
多个duōgemany; multiple; multi- (faceted, ethnic etc)
many
many; numerous
繁杂fánzámany; diverse
老鼻子lǎo bízimany
zǒngmany; numerous; a crowd; the masses, two houses connected each other
zhīmany; much, more than; over
(a variant of U+9ECE ) many; numerous, black; dark
many; flourishing; luxuriant growth (of vegetation)
many; much, more than; over
fán(corrupted form of U+7E41 ) many; abundant, complex; intricate
zhòngmany; numerous; crowd; multitude; abbr. for 众议院, House of Representatives
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