much 英 [mʌtʃ] 美 [mʌtʃ]
adv. 非常，很 adj. 大量的 n. 许多，大量
- Use the adjective much to mean "a lot" or "a large amount." If you don't get much sleep the night before a big test, you don't get a lot. If you get too much sleep, you may sleep through your alarm and miss the test.
- adv. 非常，很
- adj. 大量的
- n. 许多，大量
- pron. 许多，大量
1. He has not much money.
2. The news aroused much fear in Germany.
3. How much is it (= What does it cost)?
4. Thank you very much for the flowers.
5. Don't worry too much.
6. He isn't in the office much (= often).
7. I would very much like to see you again.