many

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الإنجليزية - التركية
birçok

Londra'da birçok güzel park vardır. - There are many beautiful parks in London.

O birçok geceyi yıldızlara bakarak geçirdi. - Many nights did he spend, looking up at the stars.

çok

Politik dünyada pek çok düşmanı var. - He has many enemies in the political world.

Kaza çok fazla ölüme neden oldu. - The accident has caused many deaths.

{i} bir çoğu

Takuboku'nun şiirlerini bir çoğunu ezbere öğrendim. - I learned many of Takuboku's poems by heart.

{s} (more, most) çok, bir hayli
{s} bir yığın

Gemide bir yığın fare var. - There are many rats on the ship.

O bir yığın dil konuşmaz. - She does not speak many languages.

a good many birçok
{s} bir hayli

Bu konuda bir hayli kitap var. - There are many books on this subject.

O, bu sabah bir hayli mektup aldı. - He received a good many letters this morning.

(isim) birçoğu
the many halk yığınları
sayıca çok
çoğu zaman

Bu kabilenin atasal ayinlerinin çoğu zamanla kaybedilmiştir. - Many of the ancestral rites of this tribe have been lost over time.

a great many pek çok
many a time çok kere
rengarenk
kanşık
(Askeri) (RAID SIZE) ÇOK (TAARRUZ EBADI): Bir hava durdurma görevinde, 8 veya daha fazla sayıda uçak kullanmak. Ayrıca bakınız: "few (raid size) "
çoğu

Onunla karşılaşmadan önce, Pizzaro adamlarının ve silahlarının çoğunu kasaba yakınında sakladı. - Before meeting him, Pizzaro hid many of his men and guns near the town.

Çoğu hastalık yoksulluktan sonuçlanır. - Many diseases result from poverty.

sürüsüne bereket
{i} birçoğu

İnsanların birçoğu öldü. - Many of the people died.

Onların birçoğu acıydı. - Many of them were bitter.

kaç

Otobüs her gün kaç kez çalışır? - How many times does the bus run each day?

O otobüs günde kaç kez çalışır? - How many times a day does that bus run?

köp

Köpeğimi günde kaç kez beslemeliyim? - How many times a day should I feed my dog?

Bir köpeğin kaç bacağı vardır? - How many legs does a dog have?

adl

Tom adlı kaç kişiyi tanıyorsun? - How many people do you know named Tom?

Tom adlı kaç tane çocuk, sizin sınıfınızdadır? - How many kids named Tom are in your class?

bini bir paraya
birçokları
more
{s} daha fazla

Bir dörtlü, bir üçlüden bir üye daha fazladır. - A quartet has one more member than a trio.

O harcadığından daha fazla para kazanıyor. - She earns more than she spends.

most
{s} en çok

Bombay, Hindistan'ın en çok nüfusa sahip şehridir ve dünyadaki ikinci en çok nüfusa sahip şehirdir. - Mumbai is the most populous city in India and the second most populous city in the world.

Futbol, dünyada en çok bilinen spordur. - Football is the most known sport in the world.

most
en
more
daha

Onu tanıdıkça daha çok seversin. - The more you know about him, the more you like him.

O harcadığından daha fazla para kazanıyor. - She earns more than she spends.

many a time
çoğu kez
many a true word is spoken in jest
(deyim) her şakada bir gerçeklik payı vardır
many pages
(Bilgisayar) çok sayfa
many thanks
çok teşekkürler
many times
çok kere
many times
çok defa

Onu pek çok defa uyardım ama o, konuşmayı kesmeyecek. - I warned him many times, but he won't stop talking.

İyi bir yazar metnini pek çok defa yeniden şekillendirip geliştirebilir. - A good writer can reshape and improve his text many times.

many times
çok kez

Bu bana pek çok kez oldu. - That's happened to me many times.

Bu duruma çok kez düştüm. - I've been in this situation many times.

many valued logic
çoklu değerli mantık
many a
birçok
many a time
sık sık
many body effect
çok kütleli etki
many electron theory
çok eletronlu yapılar kuramı
many more
çok
many of
in birçoğu
many times
birçok kere

Birçok kere İtalya'da bulundum. - I've been to Italy many times.

Birçok kereler derse geç geldiği için öğretmeni onu müdürün odasına gönderdi. - His teacher sent him to the principal's office for being tardy too many times.

many's the time
birçok kereler
many's the time
sık sık
many-sided
çok yanlı
Many a mickle makes a muckle
(Atasözü) Damlaya damlaya gol olur
Many drops make a shower
(Atasözü) Damlaya damlaya gol olur
Many hands make light work
(Atasözü) Bir elin nesi var, iki elin sesi var
many a
Birçok, nice, her biri

Many a man died in that battle.

many countries
Pek çok ülkede
many fold
çok katlı
many kinds
birçok çeşit
many men
pek çok erkek
many moons ago
(deyim) uzun zaman önce
many of
-in birçoğu
many of
birçok
many of them
çoğu
many of which
birçoğu

many of which,like cellobiose, lactose, maltose, and sucrose.

many one
birçok
many other
birçok
many reasons to
birçok nedenlerden
many sided
çok taraflı
many things
çok şey
many time
pek çok sefer
many to one
bir çok
many valued
çok değerli
many volumed set
çok hacimli set
many ways
birçok yönden
many years
uzun yıllar
Many thanks
{k} Çok teşekkür!/Çok mersi!
Many's the time ...
Çok kez ...: Many's the time I've wanted to call you. Çok kez sana telefon etmek istedim
many a little makes a mickle
damlaya damlaya göl olur
many a mickle makes a muckle
damlaya damlaya göl olur [İsk.]
many a time
çok kere
many kinds of
türlü türlü
many thousands of times
binlerce kere
many times
birçok kez

O birçok kez bize doğru baktı ve uzaklaştı. - He looked back at us many times and walked away.

Tom'u TV'de birçok kez gördüm. - I've seen Tom on TV many times.

many times more
kat kat
many valued function
(Matematik) çokdeğerli fonksiyon
many valued logic
coklu degerli mantik
many years since
bundan çok sene evvel
most
{i} çoğu

Çok sayıda misafir vardı-onlardan çoğu bizim öğretmenin sınıf arkadaşları ve arkadaşlarıydı. - There were many guests - most of them were our teacher's classmates and friends.

Çoğu ebeveyn, kendi çocuklarını, dünyada en iyi olarak görüyor. - Most parents see their own children as the best in the world.

most
{s} pek çok

Bu adadaki pek çok yılan zararsızdır. - Most snakes on this island are harmless.

O süpermarkete giderseniz, günlük hayatta kullandığınız pek çok şeyi satın alabilirsiniz. - If you go to that supermarket, you can buy most things you use in your daily life.

most
{i} en fazla miktar
most
ekseri
how many
kaç tane

Kaç tane çocuğun var? - How many children do you have?

Kaç tane dolma kalemin var? - How many pens do you have?

most
çokluk
most
ekseriyetle
so many
bu kadar

Keşke bu kadar çok sorunumuz olmasa. - I wish we didn't have so many problems.

Neden her zaman bu kadar çok soru soruyorsun? - Why do you always ask so many questions?

too many cooks
(deyim) too many cooks (spoil the broth) [atasozu] idarecinin cok oldugu yerde is yurumez
More
biraz daha

Eşyaları biraz daha ciddi bir şekilde al. - Take things a little more seriously.

Biraz daha biber ekle. - Add a little more pepper.

more
daha çok

Onu tanıdıkça daha çok seversin. - The more you know about him, the more you like him.

Alçak gönüllülük çoğunlukla kibirden daha çok yükseltir. - Humility often gains more than pride.

how many days
kaç gün
how many minutes
kaç dakika
how many times
kaç defa
how many times
kaç kez
in so many words
açık seçik bir şekilde
in so many words
açıkça
just how many
(deyim) tamı tamına ne kadar
just how many
(deyim) tamamı kaç tane
more
daha (çok)
more
(Bilgisayar) büyük

Büyükannem bana istediğimden daha fazlasını verdi. - My grandmother gave me more than I wanted.

Benim bu hükümet hakkındaki izlenimim onların daha güçlü bir ekonomik politikaya ihtiyaçları olduğu, aksi takdirde gelecekte büyük sorunlarla karşılaşacaklarıdır. - My impression of this government is that they need a more forceful economic policy, otherwise they'll encounter large problems in the future.

more
(Bilgisayar) ek bilgi
more
(Bilgisayar) tüm seçenekler
more
(Bilgisayar) yardım

Bu kursta, daha çok bir yerli gibi konuşmanıza yardım ederek zaman geçireceğiz. - In this course, we'll spend time helping you sound more like a native speaker.

Hasta yardım almanın ötesindeydi, onun için doktorlar daha fazlasını yapamadı. - The patient was quite beyond help, so that the doctors could do no more.

more
(Bilgisayar) ayrıntılar
more
(Bilgisayar) diğer

Büyük şirketleri dava etmeyi zorlaştıran diğer önemli etkenler de faaliyetlerinin boyutları ve karmaşıklığıdır. - Other factors of importance, which make litigation of large corporations more difficult, are the size and complexity of their activities.

Sarışınlar diğer saç rengine sahip kadınlardan % 7 daha fazla kazanırlar. - Blondes earn 7% more than women with any other hair color.

more
-den daha
more
(Bilgisayar) devam

Volvo yeni bir projeye başlıyor. Devamını oku. - Volvo is starting a new project Read more.

Artık düşünmeye devam etmek işe yaramaz. - It's useless to keep on thinking any more.

more
fazlalık
more
(Bilgisayar) tümü
more
-den daha çok
more
(Bilgisayar) daha fazla bilgi
more
(Bilgisayar) tüm

Ateistlerin tüm dindar ve sosyalistlerden daha merhametli olduğunu biliyorum. - I know atheists that have more humanity than all these religious and these socialists.

Umarım bu harcama raporu tüm ilişkili iş masraflarını içerir,çünkü bundan bir sent daha fazlasını ödemeyeceğim. - I hope this expense report contains all the relevant business expenses because I'm not paying a cent more after this.

more
(Bilgisayar) en çok
more
töre

300,000'den daha fazla kişi Kanada Günü törenine katılmak için yağmur ve soğuğa göğüs gerdiler. - More than 30,000 people braved the rain and cold to attend the Canada Day parade.

more
ziyade

Doktor kırık parmağından ziyade Tom'un ayak bileği hakkında daha endişeli olduğunu söyledi. - The doctor said he was more concerned about Tom's ankle than his broken finger.

Yarasa, bir kuş olmaktan ziyâde, bir sıçandır. - A bat is no more a bird than a rat is.

more
(Bilgisayar) başka

İnekler bu ülkede başka bir hayvandan daha faydalıdır. - Cows are more useful than any other animal in this country.

İyi sağlık başka herhangi bir şeyden daha değerlidir. - Good health is more valuable than anything else.

most
birçoğu

Birçoğu okuyamıyordu ya da yazamıyordu. - Most were unable to read or write.

most
çok

Çok sayıda misafir vardı-onlardan çoğu bizim öğretmenin sınıf arkadaşları ve arkadaşlarıydı. - There were many guests - most of them were our teacher's classmates and friends.

Futbol, dünyada en çok bilinen spordur. - Football is the most known sport in the world.

most
ekseriyet
most
pek

Uzaktan bakıldığında pek çok şey hoş görünecektir. - If you look from afar, most things will look nice.

Bu adadaki pek çok yılan zararsızdır. - Most snakes on this island are harmless.

pretty many
haylice
resemble in many aspects
bir çok açıdan benzemek
resemble in many aspects
birçok açıdan benzemek
so many
belirli bir miktar
too many chiefs and not enough indians
(deyim) sen ağa ben ağa bu ineği kim sağa
more
bir kat daha
more
çok

Onu tanıdıkça daha çok seversin. - The more you know about him, the more you like him.

Doğal gıdalardan çok işlenmiş gıdalar yiyoruz. - We eat more processed food than natural food.

as many as
kadar çok

O her hafta yirmi kadar çok sayıda kitap okur. - He reads as many as twenty books every week.

Bu parkta iki yüz kadar çok sayıda kiraz ağaçları vardır. - There are as many as two hundred cherry trees in this park.

know how many beans make five
cin gibi olmak
most
(zarf) en
most
son derece

O, son derece nazik bir komşudur. - She is a most gracious neighbor.

most
s
most
adl

Çoğu takımyıldızı adlarını verdikleri yaratıklara ve karakterlere benzemez. - Most constellations don't really resemble the creatures or characters they are named after.

so many
pekçok
too many
çok fazla

Çok fazla sınıfımız var. - We have too many classes.

Bazı insanlar bu ülkede çok fazla avukat olduğunu düşünüyorlar. - Some people think that there are way too many lawyers in this country.

most
{s} çoğu, pek çok: Most of these people spend their evenings watching television. Bu insanların çoğu gece televizyon izler
most
en büyük kısım
most
at most olsa olsa
More
{i} fazla şey

Horatio, Cennette ve Dünyada sizin felsefenizde hayal edilenden çok daha fazla şeyler vardır. - There are more things in Heaven and Earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.

Tom'un söyleyecek daha fazla şeyi yoktu. - Tom had nothing more to say.

Most
çoğunda
as many
kadar

Gençken, okuyabildiğim kadar fazla kitap okumayı denedim. - When I was young, I tried to read as many books as I could.

Lucy benim sahip olduğum kadar çok sayıda arkadaşa sahip. - Lucy has as many friends as I do.

as many
Aynı sayıda

O, üç tane yedi ve yine aynı sayıda yiyebileceğini söyledi. - He ate three and said he could eat as many again.

as many as
gibi çok

Ne kadar uğraşırsan uğraş, bir gün içinde beş roman gibi çok sayıda kitap okuyamayacaksın. - Try as you may, you will not be able to read as many as five novels in a day.

be one too many
çok fazla kişi olmak
covards die many times before their deaths
(Atasözü) Korkunun ecele faydası yok
for many years
uzun yıllar boyunca
have a finger in many pies
(deyim) On parmağında on marifet olmak
how many days are left to it!? be patient
kaç gün kaldı ki şunun şurasında
how many days are there in a week
bir haftada kaç gün var
in many cases
birçok durumda

Birçok durumda, onu yapmak imkansız. - In many cases, doing that is impossible.

just as many
sadece çok gibi
living for many years
yıllarca yaşayan
many times
birçok defa
most
for the most part umumiyetle
most
başlıca
much power makes many enemies
kadar güç birçok düşman yapar
of many words
pek çok kelime
pepper used in many hot sauces
biber çok sıcak soslar kullanılır
producing many effects
üreten çok sayıda etkileri
producing many or young
üreten ya da çok genç
so many men so many ideas
(Atasözü) Zevkler ve renkler tartışılmaz
the many
birçok

Tom Mary'yi öldürebilmenin birçok yolunu düşündü. - Tom thought of the many ways he could kill Mary.

Standart İngilizce dediğimiz şey sadece bütün dünyada konuşulan birçok lehçeden biridir. - What we call 'Standard English' is only one of the many dialects spoken all over the world.

there are many species
birçok türü bulunmaktadır
way too many
Haddinden fazla sayıda
way too many
Çok fazla, oldukça fazla
many times
çoğu kez
many times
kerrat
more
neither more nor less ne fazla ne eksik
more
{s} daha çok, daha fazla: He needs more money. Daha çok paraya ihtiyacı var
more
tam öyle
more
{s} daha: one more time bir kez daha. two more oranges iki
more
az çok

Bunu az çok anlıyorum. - I understand it more or less.

Onun sorunlarını az çok anlıyor. - He understands her problems more or less.

more
more or less oldukça
more
bir kat fazla
more
takriben
more
tam o kadar
more
fazla bir şey

Size söyleyebileceğim daha fazla bir şey yok. - There's nothing more I can tell you.

İçecek daha fazla bir şey yok. - There's nothing more to drink.

most
{i} en fazlası
most
{s} en fazla

En fazla 20 dolar ödeyecek. - He will pay 20 dollars at most.

Onun en fazla 100 doları var. - He has at most 100 dollars.

التركية - التركية

تعريف many في التركية التركية القاموس.

MANİ
(Hukuk) Engel, önleme
Mani
manya
mani
şiddet devinimleri oluşturacak kadaraşırı uyarılmayla belirgin ruh hastalığı
mani
iç güdüsel-duygusal dürtülerin denetiminde çıkmış biçimde yükselerek düşünce ve davranışlarına egemen olması
mani
Kişinin sevinç, güven ve her tür devimsel etkinliklerinin normal olmayan bir biçimde arttığı ruh hastalığı
mani
(Osmanlı Dönemi) râzı olunan şeyler
mani
Kişinin sevinç, güven ve her türlü etkinliklerinin normal olmayan bir biçimde arttığı ruh hastalığı
mani
Eskiden, Düşmanlara karşı büyü yapmak için kullanılan balmumundan heykelcik
mani
Manişeizm Dini'nin kurucusu
mani
Ortak halk yazınında bir deyiş türü
mani
Halk edebiyatının en yaygın şiir türü
mani
Engel
mâni
(Osmanlı Dönemi) engel
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
An indefinite large number of

There are many different ways to define a word.

A collective mass of people

A great many do not understand this.

An indefinite large number of people or things

Many are called, but few are chosen.

{s} large in number, abundant, numerous
You use many in expressions such as `not many', `not very many', and `too many' when replying to questions about numbers of things or people. `How many of the songs that dealt with this theme became hit songs?' --- `Not very many.' How many years is it since we've seen each other? Too many, anyway
emphasis You use many followed by `a' and a noun to emphasize that there are a lot of people or things involved in something. Many a mother tries to act out her unrealized dreams through her daughter
You use many after `how' to ask questions about numbers or quantities. You use many after `how' in reported clauses to talk about numbers or quantities. How many years have you been here? No-one knows how many people have been killed since the war began. Many is also a pronoun. How many do you smoke a day?
Consisting of a great number; numerous; not few
You use many to indicate that you are talking about a large number of people or things. I don't think many people would argue with that Not many films are made in Finland Many holidaymakers had avoided the worst of the delays by consulting tourist offices Acting is definitely a young person's profession in many ways. few Many is also a pronoun. We stood up, thinking through the possibilities. There weren't many. few, some Many is also a quantifier. So, once we have cohabited, why do many of us feel the need to get married? It seems there are not very many of them left in the sea Many is also an adjective. Among his many hobbies was the breeding of fine horses The possibilities are many
The populace; the common people; the majority of people, or of a community
A retinue of servants; a household
A large or considerable number
{i} great number of people or things, multitude, plenty
{a} numerous, several, sundry
emphasis You use a good many or a great many to emphasize that you are referring to a large number of things or people. We've both had a good many beers For a great many men and women, romance can be a most important part of marriage
You use many to mean `many people'. Iris Murdoch was regarded by many as a supremely good and serious writer
many happy returns: see return in so many words: see word
emphasis You use as many as before a number to suggest that it is surprisingly large. As many as four and a half million people watched today's parade
The many means a large group of people, especially the ordinary people in society, considered as separate from a particular small group. The printing press gave power to a few to change the world for the many
You use many with `as' when you are comparing numbers of things or people. I've always entered as many photo competitions as I can We produced ten times as many tractors as the United States. Many is also a pronoun. Let the child try on as many as she likes
a quantifier that can be used with count nouns and is often preceded by `as' or `too' or `so' or `that'; amounting to a large but indefinite number; "many temptations"; "the temptations are many"; "a good many"; "a great many"; "many directions"; "take as many apples as you like"; "too many clouds to see"; "never saw so many people"
plurality
fele
manyfold
poly
many a
many, a plentiful supply of
many a mickle makes a muckle
a lot of small amounts together, become a large amount
many a time and oft
frequently

The three girl friends were seated on the rocks, enjoying the evening scene and the air which was fresh but not too chilly. Many a time and oft were they wont to come there to that favourite nook to have a cosy chat beside the sparkling waves and discuss matters feminine.

many an
many a, as used before a vowel
many hands make light work
A large number of people co-operating can perform tasks easily
many happy returns
A greeting, usually for birthdays, in reference to the passing year; Happy birthday!

Many happy returns of ye day to us my Dr Love.

many thanks
An expression of gratitude, expressing greater gratitude than thank you or thanks
many-sided
Having many aspects
many-sided
Having many sides; polygonal
many-sidedness
The fact or quality of having many sides or facets

Leaning back in the cab, this amateur bloodhound carolled away like a lark while I meditated upon the many-sidedness of the human mind.

many-sorted logic
A logic that directly supports classification of entities into disjunct sorts
many-worlds interpretation
is an interpretation of quantum mechanics that claims to resolve all the "paradoxes" of quantum theory by allowing every possible outcome to every event to define or exist in its own "history" or "world"
many a true word is spoken in jest
(deyim) a humorous remark not intended to be taken seriously may turn out to be accurate after all
many a
Each of a large indefinite number
many moons ago
(deyim) a long time ago
Many happy returns!
congratulations!, All the best!
many a time
often, frequently, on many occasions
many a(a)
each of a large indefinite number; "many a man"; "many another day will come
many generations
numerous successions of descent
many happy returns of the day
may you live a long and full life; have many more happy days
many more
much greater in number; "there were many more people than chairs"
many more(a)
much greater in number; "there were many more people than chairs
many thanks
numerous thanks, thank you very much
many times
several times, on many occasions
many valued function
function in which an image has many different sources
many's the time
often, frequently, on many occasions
many-sided
having many aspects; "a many-sided subject"; "a multifaceted undertaking"; "multifarious interests"; "the multifarious noise of a great city
many-sided
consisting of many different qualities or features
many-sided
full of variety or interest; "a many-sided personality"
many-sided
having multiple sides
many-sidedness
richness, state of being varied, state of having many facets
many-valued logic
Formal system in which the well-formed formulae are interpreted as being able to take on values other than the two classical values of truth or falsity. The number of values possible for well-formed formulae in systems of many-valued logic ranges from three to uncountably many
man of many talents
one who is familiar with many subjects, knowledgeable person; capable man, talented man
More
A surname
More
The Volta-Congo language of the Mossi people, mainly spoken in part of Burkina Faso
Too Many Mouths
A receptor-like protein in plants which, when absent, leads to an overproduction of stomata
have one's fingers in many pies
to be involved in many different things
how many
What number
in so many words
Verbatim; using exactly the given words

He said he liked you. At least, not in so many words, but that was the idea.

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a carrot; a parsnip
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a root
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Comparative form of many: more many, in greater number. (for a discrete quantity)

There are more ways to do this than I can count.

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Comparative form of much: more much, in greater quantity, amount, or proportion. (for a continuous quantity)

There's more caffeine in my coffee than in the coffee you get in most places.

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An increased amount or quantity

When it comes to parties, the more, the merrier.

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Superlative form of much

Most want the best for their children.

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A record-setting amount
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Superlative form of many
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To a great extent or degree; highly; very

This is a most unusual specimen.

most
The greatest amount

The most I can offer for the house is $150,000.

so many
Great in number; very numerous; a large number of

I am honored and humbled to stand here, where so many of America's leaders have come before me, and so many will follow.

so many
A certain number of

But the fact of the matter is, there's only so many people we can take, it's time to take Canada over there.

success has many fathers, failure is an orphan
Many will seek credit for success, few will accept responsibility for failure
there's many a slip twixt cup and lip
In any situation, however well planned, something can always go wrong
too many cooks spoil the broth
If too many people try to take charge at a task, the end product might be ruined
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A greater quantity, amount, or number; that which exceeds or surpasses in any way what it is compared with
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In addition; further; besides; again
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Greater in number; exceeding in numbers; with the plural
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To make more; to increase
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{a} greater in degree, number or quantity
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{n} a greater number or quantity
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{a} upward
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{a} greatest in number or quantity
as many
The same in number

I saw three plays in as many days.

one too many
If you have had one too many, you have drunk too much alcohol
Mani
or Manes or Manichaeus born April 14, 216, southern Babylonia died 274?, Gundeshapur Persian founder of Manichaeism. He had his first vision of an angel in his boyhood, and when he was 24 the angel reappeared and called him to preach a new religion. He traveled to India and made converts there. The Persian king Shapur I permitted him to preach in the Persian empire, but, during the reign of Bahram I, Mani was attacked by Zoroastrian priests. After a 26-day trial he was sentenced to prison, where he died
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{i} family name; Sir Thomas More (1478-1535), English statesman and scholar, author of "Utopia
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an English surname
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the Volta-Congo language of Burkina Faso
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founder of Manichaeism, a Gnostic religion with Zoroastrian elements, considered an arch-heretic (lived from 216 A C -275 A C )
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ATM Multiplexer and Network Interface Module
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EN money
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A jewel, gem, precious stone; especially a pearl bead or other globular ornament
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{s} larger in quantity; in additional amounts; extra; greater in number, larger in size; further; greater in degree
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Additional; other; as, he wept because there were no more worlds to conquer
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If you do something more than before or more than someone else, you do it to a greater extent or more often. When we are tired, tense, depressed or unwell, we feel pain much more What impressed me more was that she knew Tennessee Williams. less
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English statesman who opposed Henry VIII's divorce from Catherine of Aragon and was imprisoned and beheaded; recalled for his concept of Utopia, the ideal state used to form the comparative of some adjectives and adverbs; "more interesting"; "more beautiful"; "more quickly"
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With a verb or participle
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You use more to refer to an additional thing or amount. You can use `a little', `a lot', `a bit', `far' and `much' in front of more. They needed more time to consider whether to hold an inquiry. More is also an adjective. We stayed in Danville two more days Are you sure you wouldn't like some more wine? More is also a pronoun. Oxfam has appealed to western nations to do more to help the refugees `None of them are very nice folks.' --- `Tell me more.'
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browse or page through a text file
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You use more to indicate that there is a greater amount of something than before or than average, or than something else. You can use `a little', `a lot', `a bit', `far', and `much' in front of more. More and more people are surviving heart attacks He spent more time perfecting his dance moves instead of gym work. teaching more children foreign languages other than English less More is also a pronoun. As the level of work increased from light to heavy, workers ate more He had four hundred dollars in his pocket. Billy had more. More is also a quantifier. Employees may face increasing pressure to take on more of their own medical costs in retirement
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filter for displaying text one screen at the time
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To be no more To exist no longer; to be dead “Cassius is no more ” Shakespeare: Julius Caesar More Kicks than Hapence Like the monkey which plays tricks for his master The monkey gets the kicks and the master the ha'pence
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That which is in addition; something other and further; an additional or greater amount
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If you say that something is more one thing than another, you mean that it is like the first thing rather than the second. The exhibition at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts is more a production than it is a museum display He's more like a film star than a life-guard, really She looked more sad than in pain Sue screamed, not loudly, more in surprise than terror She's more of a social animal than me. less
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comparative of many
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You use more to indicate that something or someone has a greater amount of a quality than they used to or than is average or usual. Prison conditions have become more brutal We can satisfy our basic wants more easily than in the past. less
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A hill
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You use more in conversations when you want to draw someone's attention to something interesting or important that you are about to say. Europe's economies have converged in several areas. More interestingly, there has been convergence in economic growth rates More seriously for him, there are members who say he is wrong on this issue. less
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{i} larger quantity; additional amount; greater degree
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emphasis You can use what is more or what's more to introduce an extra piece of information which supports or emphasizes the point you are making. You should remember it, and what's more, you should get it right. = moreover, furthermore
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vagueness If something is more or less true, it is true in a general way, but is not completely true. The Conference is more or less over He more or less started the firm
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Further, in addition, longer
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emphasis You use no more than or not more than when you want to emphasize how small a number or amount is. He was a kid really, not more than eighteen or nineteen. no less than
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With an adjective or adverb (instead of the suffix -er) to form the comparative degree; as, more durable; more active; more sweetly
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existing or coming by way of addition; "an additional problem"; "further information"; "there will be further delays"; "took more time"
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emphasis If you say that someone or something is nothing more than a particular thing, you are emphasizing that they are only that thing, and nothing more interesting or important. The newly discovered notes are nothing more than Lang's personal journal
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You use more than before a number or amount to say that the actual number or amount is even greater
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comparative of much
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To break down or rot
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You can use more to indicate that something continues to happen for a further period of time. Things might have been different if I'd talked a bit more. You can use some more to indicate that something continues to happen for a further period of time. We walked some more
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comparative of much; to a greater degree or extent; "he works more now"; "they eat more than they should
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You can use more and more to indicate that something is becoming greater in amount, extent, or degree all the time. Her life was heading more and more where she wanted it to go
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(comparative of `many' used with count nouns) quantifier meaning greater in number; "a hall with more seats"; "we have no more bananas"; "more than one"
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Used in forming the comparative form of many adjectives and almost all comparable adverbs
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Greater in amount
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A larger quantity or amount of
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You use more than to say that something is true to a greater degree than is necessary or than average. Lithuania produces more than enough food to feed itself
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In a greater quantity; in or to a greater extent or degree
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more More is often considered to be the comparative form of much and many
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If something is more than a particular thing, it has greater value or importance than this thing. He's more than a coach, he's a friend
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used to form the comparative of some adjectives and adverbs; "more interesting"; "more beautiful"; "more quickly"
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The More indicator appears in the lower right corner of each window
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Greater; superior; increased Greater in quality, amount, degree, quality, and the like; with the singular
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to a greater degree; additionally; further; again
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comparative of much; to a greater degree or extent; "he works more now"; "they eat more than they should"
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Label word used to describe a food that contains at least 10 percent more of the Daily Value for protein, vitamins, minerals, dietary fiber, or potassium per Reference Amount Also labeled "fortified," "enriched," or "added " Must be accompanied by information about the comparison food
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You use more to indicate that something is repeated. For example, if you do something `once more', you do it again once. This train would stop twice more in the suburbs before rolling southeast toward Munich The breathing exercises should be repeated several times more
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Displays output one screen at a time Superceeded in most cases by the switch /P
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(comparative of `much' used with mass nouns) a quantifier meaning greater in size or amount or extent or degree; "more land"; "more support"; "more rain fell"; "more than a gallon"
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The characteristic shape of individual mineral crystals and their faces, or of grains when crystal faces are absent Aggregate habit, though, has to do with groups or masses of either crystals or grains of a particular mineral When encountering mineral specimens that contain multiple well-formed crystals, the observer should record
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(superlative of `many' used with count nouns and often preceded by `the') quantifier meaning the greatest in number; "who has the most apples?"; "most people like eggs"; "most fishes have fins"
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superlative of much
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very; "a most welcome relief"
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the superlative of `much' that can be used with mass nouns and is usually preceded by `the'; a quantifier meaning the greatest in amount or extent or degree; "made the most money he could"; "what attracts the most attention?"; "made the most of a bad deal"
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all
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You use most to indicate that someone or something has a greater amount of a particular quality than most other things of its kind. He was one of the most influential performers of modern jazz If anything, swimming will appeal to her most strongly least
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used to form the superlative; "the king cobra is the most dangerous snake" very; "a most welcome relief
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Greatest in degree; as, he has the most need of it
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the majority of

The majority of them are decent people. - Most of them are decent people.

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most Most is often considered to be the superlative form of much and many
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emphasis You use most to emphasize an adjective or adverb. I'll be most pleased to speak to them
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(of actions or states) slightly short of or not quite accomplished; `near' is sometimes used informally for `nearly' and `most' is sometimes used informally for `almost'; "the job is (just) about done"; "the baby was almost asleep when the alarm sounded"; "we're almost finished"; "the car all but ran her down"; "he nearly fainted"; "talked for nigh onto 2 hours"; "the recording is well-nigh perfect"; "virtually all the parties signed the contract"; "I was near exhausted by the run"; "most everyone agrees"
most
The majority of a specified group
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To a great extent or degree; highly
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You use most to refer to the majority of a group of things or people or the largest part of something. By stopping smoking you are undoing most of the damage smoking has caused Sadly, most of the house was destroyed by fire in 1828. Most is also a determiner. Most people think the Queen has done a good job over the last 50 years Most is also a pronoun. Seventeen civilians were hurt. Most are students who had been attending a twenty-first birthday party
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{s} highest in number; largest; predominant; principal; highest in degree; greatest in extent, almost (Old English)
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Forms the superlative of many adjectives
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You use most in conversations when you want to draw someone's attention to something very interesting or important that you are about to say. Most surprisingly, quite a few said they don't intend to vote at all
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Consisting of the greatest number or quantity; greater in number or quantity than all the rest; nearly all
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to the greatest extent, to the highest degree; mainly; nearly (Old English)
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In the greatest or highest degree
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The majority of people in general
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If you do something the most, you do it to the greatest extent possible or with the greatest frequency. What question are you asked the most?
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If you make the most of something, you get the maximum use or advantage from it. Happiness is the ability to make the most of what you have
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superlative of many
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You use the most to mean a larger amount than anyone or anything else, or the largest amount possible. The President himself won the most votes Most is also a pronoun. The most they earn in a day is ten roubles
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You use at most or at the most to say that a number or amount is the maximum that is possible and that the actual number or amount may be smaller. Poach the pears in apple juice for perhaps ten minutes at most. staying on at school for two extra years to study only three, or at the most four subjects
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used to form the superlative; "the king cobra is the most dangerous snake"
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You use most to indicate that something is true or happens to a greater degree or extent than anything else. What she feared most was becoming like her mother Professor Morris, the person he most hated. least You use most of all to indicate that something happens or is true to a greater extent than anything else. She said she wanted most of all to be fair
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for the most part: see part
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{i} highest in number; largest; majority; principal; highest degree; greatest degree
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Highest in rank; greatest
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very; "a most welcome relief
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mostest
so many countries so many customs
every country has its own manner of doing things
the many
masses, populace, general public
التركية - الإنجليزية

تعريف many في التركية الإنجليزية القاموس.

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(Hukuk) obstacle
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{i} hindrance
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(Politika, Siyaset) barrier
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turkish poem
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(Politika, Siyaset) handicap
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stumble
mani
stop

Don't let that stop you. - Bu size mâni olmasın.

Don't let me stop you. - Ben sana mâni olmayayım.

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stumbling block
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determent
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mania
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impediment
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crimp
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{i} slashing
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remora
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deter
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psych. mania
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{i} disincentive
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shackle
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obstacle, impediment, hindrance engel
mâni
obstacle, something which prevents; hindrance
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hitch
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preventing; hindering
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set
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encumber
many
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