多大, 大して, 大分, 多分, 大部, 数多, はるかに沢山, ぐっと
Noun(1) a great amount or extent
Adjective(1) (quantifier used with mass nouns
Adverb(1) to a great degree or extent(2) very(3) to a very great degree or extent(4) (degree adverb used before a noun phrase(5) frequently or in great quantities
(1) In wealthy areas, the total income available to be taxed is much higher than in poor areas.(2) we're very much looking forward to it(3) She didn't say much other than what she was up to professionally, but there you go.(4) I don't go out much anymore, so a Guide Dog would be wasted on me.(5) I'm not much of a gardener(6) He had not much liked the earlier hit he had taken, and he absolutely despised this.(7) Their innovative power and tremendous humour and charm are still very much intact.(8) how much do you need to bring?(9) He was much respected for his willingness to listen, and for the sincerity of his advice.(10) In his studies he was much influenced by the thinking of Gandhi and Reinhold Niebuhr.(11) I didn't get much sleep that night(12) McEwan has always had a twinkle in her eyes and this is going to be very much evident with the new series.(13) Local drivers will bear much of the cost, through road tolls and vehicle licence fees.(14) He is kind of an egocentric person and I guess if he doesn't read much , he doesn't think anyone does either.(15) The idea wasn't at all simple and so I didn't have much of a chance to run with it.(16) I much prefer it
(1) how much :: いくら
1. greatly ::
2. often ::
3. practically ::
4. a lot ::
5. a lot of ::
6. a lot ::
1. inconsiderable ::
2. insignificant ::
3. little ::
4. minor ::
5. negligible ::
6. slight ::
7. small ::
8. trifling ::
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