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Translation of "many" - English-Spanish dictionary

many

determiner, pronoun   /ˈmen·i/
A1 a large number of muchos I don’t have many clothes. Were there many cars on the road? I’ve got so many things to do this morning.
how many?
A1 used in questions to ask about the number of something ¿cuántos? How many hours a week do you work?
too many
A2 a large number of something that is more than you want demasiados There were too many names for me to remember.
so many
A2 a large number of something, especially when this is surprising tantos We have so many problems!
(Definition of many from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

many

adjective /ˈmeni/ ( comparative more /moː/, superlative most /moust/)
a great number of mucho, muchos Many languages are spoken in Africa There weren’t very many people You’ve made a great/good many mistakes.
many-
having a great number of (something) multi- many-coloured many-sided.
many a
a great number of muchos I’ve told him many a time to be more polite.
many means a great number (of): many cars ; Some are full, but many are empty. much means a great amount (of): much effort ; She doesn’t say much.
(Definition of many from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “many”
in Vietnamese nhiều, lắm…
in Malaysian banyak…
in Thai มากมาย…
in French beaucoup…
in German viele…
in Indonesian banyak…
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