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many

Definitions by Oxford


[ˈmɛni], (Determiner)

Definitions:
- a large number of
(e.g: many people agreed with her)


Phrases:
- a good many
- as many
- as many as
- have one too many
- many a —
- many's the —

Origin:
Old English manig, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch menig and German manch


[ˈmɛni], (Adjective)

Definitions:
- a large number of
(e.g: many people agreed with her)


Phrases:
- a good many
- as many
- as many as
- have one too many
- many a —
- many's the —

Origin:
Old English manig, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch menig and German manch


[ˈmɛni], (Pronoun)

Definitions:
- a large number of people or things
(e.g: it could be the solution to many of our problems)


Phrases:
- a good many
- as many
- as many as
- have one too many
- many a —
- many's the —

Origin:


[ˈmɛni], (Noun)

Definitions:
- the majority of people
(e.g: their vision is that trade is in the interest of the many, not the few)


Phrases:
- a good many
- as many
- as many as
- have one too many
- many a —
- many's the —

Origin:







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