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English definition of “more”

more

quantifier
 
 
/mɔːr/
IN ADDITION A1 something in addition to what you already have: Is there any more soup? Would anyone like some more food? I need a bit more money.Also, extra, and in addition
GREATER AMOUNT A1 a greater number or amount of people or things: There are a lot more people here today than yesterday. He knows more about computers than I do.Large in number or quantity
more and more B2 an increasing number: More and more people are choosing not to get married. → See also any moreIncreasing and intensifying
(Definition of more quantifier from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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