English - Vietnamese Dictionary
more /mɔ:/Concise Dictionary
- tính từ (cấp so sánh của many & much)
- nhiều hơn, lớn hơn, đông hơn
- there are more people than usual: có nhiều người hơn thường lệ
- hơn nữa, thêm nữa, thêm nữa
- to need more time: cần có thêm thì giờ
- one more day; one day more: thêm một ngày nữa
- phó từ
- and what is more
- thêm nữa, hơn nữa; quan trọng hơn, quan trọng hơn nữa
- the story gets more and more exciting: câu chuyện càng ngày càng hấp dẫn
- vào khoảng, khoảng chừng, ước độ
- one hundred more or less: khoảng chừng một trăm, trên dưới một trăm
- the more I know him, the more I like him: càng biết nó tôi càng mến nó
- I can't wait any more: tôi không thể đợi được nữa
- no more than one hundred: không quá một trăm, chỉ một trăm thôi, đúng một trăm
- once more
- lại một lần nữa, thêm một lần nữa
- I should like to go and see him once more: tôi muốn đến thăm một lần nữa
mɔr /mɔːAdvanced English Dictionary
+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
+(comparative of `much' used with mass nouns) a quantifier meaning greater in size or amount or extent or degree
+(comparative of `many' used with count nouns) quantifier meaning greater in number
+used to form the comparative of some adjectives and adverbs
+comparative of much; to a greater degree or extent
determiner, pronoun, adverb
determiner, pronoun (used as the comparative of 'much', 'a lot of', 'many') ~ (sth / of sth) (than ...) a larger number or amount of: more bread / cars + Only two more days to go! + people with more money than sense + I can't stand much more of this. + She earns a lot more than I do. + There is room for no more than three cars. + I hope we'll see more of you (= see you again or more often).
Idioms: more and more continuing to become larger in number or amount: More and more people are using the Internet. + She spends more and more time alone in her room.
~ (than ...)
1 used to form the comparative of adjectives and adverbs with two or more syllables: She was far more intelligent than her sister. + He read the letter more carefully the second time.
2 to a greater degree than sth else; to a greater degree than usual: I like her more than her husband. + a course for more advanced students + It had more the appearance of a deliberate crime than of an accident. + Could you repeat that once more (= one more time)? + I had no complaints and no more (= neither) did Tom. + Signing the forms is little more than (= only) a formality. + I'm more than happy (= extremely happy) to take you there in my car. + She was more than a little shaken (= extremely shaken) by the experience. + (formal) I will torment you no more (= no longer).
See also - ANY MORE
Idioms: more and more continuing to become larger in number or amount
I was becoming more and more irritated by his behaviour.
more or less
1 almost: I've more or less finished the book.
2 approximately: She could earn $200 a night, more or less.
what is more used to add a point that is even more important: You're wrong, and what's more you know it!
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