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English definition of “much”

much

adjective, adverb (GREAT)   /mʌtʃ/ (comparative more  /mɔr, moʊr/, superlative most  /moʊst/)
great in amount, degree, or range: Mark’s got too much work to do. I don’t have much money to spend. Jody doesn’t eat very much. It doesn’t matter that much to me whether we go or not. Thank you so/very much. She doesn’t go out much (= often). He’s feeling much better/worse (= a lot better or worse). Rita would much rather have her baby at home than in a hospital (= She would greatly prefer it). Note: Much is used with singular, uncountable nouns.
(Definition of much adjective, adverb (GREAT) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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