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Translation of "more" - English-Spanish dictionary

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adjective /moː/ ( comparative many, much)
a greater number or quantity of más I’ve got more money than he has. an additional number or quantity of más We need some more milk. moreover adverb also; what is more important además I don’t like the idea, and moreover, I think it’s illegal. any more any longer; nowadays más He doesn’t go any more, but he used to go twice a week. more and more increasingly cada vez más It was becoming more and more difficult to see in the fading light. more or less approximately or almost más o menos They’ve more or less finished the job The distance is ten kilometres, more or less. the more … the more/less cuanto más … más/menos The more I see her, the more/less I like her. what is / what’s more moreover además, lo que es más He came home after midnight, and what’s more, he was drunk.
(Definition of more from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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