Bedeutung von “more” im Essential American English Dictionary


adverb us /mɔr/
more beautiful, difficult, interesting, etc.

A1 used to show that someone or something has a greater amount of a quality than someone or something else:

It’s more / expensive than the others.
She’s far more intelligent than her sister.

B1 used to show that something happens a greater number of times than before:

We eat out a lot more than we used to.
more and more

more as time passes:

It’s becoming more and more difficult to pass the exam.
more or less


We’ve more or less finished work on the house.

(Definition von “more adverb” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)