Bedeutung von “more” — Learner’s Dictionary


adverb us uk /mɔːr/
Extra Examples
She was in a much more positive frame of mind today.We could have a much more peaceful existence in the countryside.There's nothing more exhilarating than water-skiing.The journey was more dangerous because of the bad weather.That exam was decidedly more difficult than the last one.
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 or less

B2 almost:

We've more or less finished work on the house.
more and more

B2 more as time passes:

It's becoming more and more difficult to pass the exam.
→ See also any more

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