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much
mətʃ
Main
English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Great in quantity or degree or extent.
(名) As a noun
  1. A great amount or extent.
(副) As an adverb
  1. Much.
  2. Much.
  3. Much.
  4. Much.
  5. Much.
Hyphenationmuch
Part of Speech(定冠词) definite article, (副) adverb, (形) adjective
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duōmany; much; often; a lot of; numerous; more; in excess; how (to what extent); multi-; Taiwan pr. [duo2] when it means "how"
许多xǔduōmany; a lot of; much
很多hěnduōvery many; very much; great (quantity)
很好hěnhǎovery good
shénvariant of
shènwhat; very; extremely; any
几乎jīhūalmost; nearly; practically
非常多fēicháng duōmuch; very many
kāimuch; many; numerous, great; big; vast
diāomuch; many; numerous, great; big; vast
kuǐmuch; many; numerous, to get more profit, to estimate more
duōmuch, many; more than, over
倍儿bèirvery; much (Beijing dialect)
良多liángduōconsiderably; much; quite a bit
chǎnperfect personal character, many; much; plenty; lots of
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