Übersetzung von “much” — Englisch–Koreanisch Wörterbuch


determiner, pronoun uk /mʌtʃ/ us /mʌtʃ/
not… much

A2 In negative sentences, ‘much’ is used to say that there is not a large amount of something.

별로 -지 않다
She doesn’t earn much money.
Pete didn’t say much at dinner.
‘Is there any coffee left?’ ‘Not much.’

A1 In questions, ‘much’ is used to ask about the amount of something.

Is there much difference between the two TVs?
Did you catch much when you went fishing?
how much

A1 used to ask about the amount of something

얼마나 많은
How much money will I need?
too much

A2 a large amount of something that is more than you want

너무 많은
I’d love to come, but I’ve got too much work.
so much

A2 a large amount of something, especially when this is surprising

아주 많은
They have so much money!
adverb uk /mʌtʃ/ us /mʌtʃ/
very much

A1 a large amount or degree

매우 많은
I like her very much.

B1 often or a lot

I don’t go out very much.
much better, bigger, smaller, etc.

B1 a lot better, bigger, smaller, etc.

훨씬 -한
Their old house was much bigger.

(Übersetzung von “much” aus dem Cambridge Englisch–Koreanisch Wörterbuch © Cambridge University Press)