Bedeutung von “much” im Essential American English Dictionary


quantifier us /mʌtʃ/

A1 In questions, “much” is used to ask about the amount of something:

How much money will I need?

A2 In negative sentences, “much” is used to say that there is not a large amount of something:

She doesn’t earn much money.
Pete didn’t say much at dinner.
“Is there any coffee left?” “Not much.”
too much/so much

A2 a large amount of something, often more than you want:

I’d love to come, but I’ve got too much work.
They have so much money.

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