English adjective: much
|1.||much (quantifier used with mass nouns) great in quantity or degree or extent|
|Samples||Not much rain.|
Much grain is in storage.
|Similar||overmuch, some, such, untold|
|See also||more, more than|
English noun: much
|1.||much (quantity) a great amount or extent|
|Samples||They did much for humanity.|
|Broader (hypernym)||large indefinite amount, large indefinite quantity|
English adverb: much
|1.||much to a great degree or extent|
|Samples||She's much better now.|
|Samples||He was much annoyed.|
|3.||much to a very great degree or extent|
|Samples||I feel a lot better.|
We enjoyed ourselves very much.
She was very much interested.
This would help a great deal.
|Synonyms||a good deal, a great deal, a lot, lots, very much|
|4.||much (degree adverb used before a noun phrase) for all practical purposes but not completely|
|Samples||Much the same thing happened every time.|
Practically everything in Hinduism is the manifestation of a god.
|5.||much frequently or in great quantities|
|Samples||I don't drink much.|
I don't travel much.
|Synonyms||a great deal, often|