English definition of “much”
/mʌtʃ/ adverb (more, most)
A LOT › often or a lot: Do you go to London much? I don't like curry very much.
WITH ADJECTIVES › used before comparative adjectives (= adjectives like 'better' and 'smaller', that are used to compare things) to mean 'a lot': Their old house was much bigger. That's a much more sensible idea. "Is her new car faster than her old one?" "Oh yes, much."