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Translation of "much" - English-Spanish dictionary

much

adverb
to a great extent or degree mucho He will be much missed We don’t see her much I thanked her very much He arrived much too late I’ve much too much to do The accident was as much my fault as his Much to my dismay, she began to cry.
(Definition of much from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “much”
in Korean 매우…
in Arabic كَثيرًا…
in Malaysian sangat…
in French beaucoup, très…
in Russian часто, очень, намного…
in Italian molto, spesso…
in Turkish fazla, çok, çok daha...…
in Polish często, bardzo, znacznie…
in Vietnamese phần lớn…
in Portuguese muito…
in Thai อย่างมาก…
in German sehr…
in Catalan molt…
in Japanese しょっちゅう, とても…
in Indonesian sangat…
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