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many

pronoun, quantifier
 
/ˈmeni/
A1 a large number of: 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: How many hours a week do you work?
Translations of “many”
in Russian много…
in Turkish birçok, çok…
in Polish wiele, dużo…
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