Bedeutung von “much” — Learner’s Dictionary

much

adverb us uk /mʌtʃ/ more, most
Extra Examples
She was too ill to exert herself much.I didn't criticize her much.We were sitting near the back and couldn't see much.I don't go swimming much these days.I don't go out much during the week.
A LOT

B1 often or a lot:

Do you go to London much?
I don't like curry very much.
WITH ADJECTIVES

B1 used before comparative adjectives (= adjectives like 'better' and 'smaller', that are used to compare things) to mean 'a lot':

Their old house was much bigger.
That's a much more sensible idea.
"Is her new car faster than her old one?" "Oh yes, much."

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