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See definition of mucho on Dictionary.com
  • as inmuch
  • as inabundant
  • as incountless
  • as inhighly
  • as inamount

synonyms for mucho

  • enough
  • full
  • great
  • heaps
  • loads
  • scads
  • a lot of
  • abundant
  • adequate
  • ample
  • complete
  • considerable
  • copious
  • countless
  • endless
  • everywhere
  • extravagant
  • galore
  • generous
  • immeasurable
  • jam-packed
  • lavish
  • lotsa
  • many
  • mega
  • no end
  • plenteous
  • plentiful
  • profuse
  • satisfying
  • sizable
  • substantial
  • sufficient
  • very many
  • voluminous
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antonyms for mucho

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  • little
  • rare
  • poor
  • meager
  • sparse
  • scarce
  • needy
  • lacking
  • insufficient
  • wanting
  • depleted
  • counted
  • countable
  • limited
  • numbered
  • measurable
  • calculable
  • few
  • little
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    How to use mucho in a sentence

    They sleep mucho domou; that is, not in a separate recess in the house, but in a recess of the great hall or megaron.
    HOMER AND HIS AGEANDREW LANG
    Yo me alter terriblemente de orselo, y le dixe que me maravillava mucho.
    HISTORY OF THE RISE OF THE HUGUENOTSHENRY BAIRD
    "Con mucho gusto," the Ambassador said, holding Hall's hand and bowing slightly from the waist.
    THE FIVE ARROWSALLAN CHASE
    In three years, he has learned exactly three words of Spanish: 'Con mucho gusto.'
    THE FIVE ARROWSALLAN CHASE
    Querido Compadre,—Mucho m'ha alegrado el buen termino de sus trabajos literarios que V.M. me participó.
    GEORGE BORROW AND HIS CIRCLECLEMENT KING SHORTER
    M. como muy hombres de bien, suele ser que los que tratan mucho con personages de categoria, tomen un algo del grande y liberal.
    GEORGE BORROW AND HIS CIRCLECLEMENT KING SHORTER
    Muy ms: this use of muy is not uncommon in the older classics, but the usual expression now is mucho ms.
    MODERN SPANISH LYRICSVARIOUS
    A pesar nuestro, oamos su conversacin, pues hablaban tan alto como suelen los que han mandado mucho.
    NOVELAS CORTASPEDRO ANTONIO DE ALARCN
    Ser espaol, significaba en aquel tiempo mucho ms que20 ahora.
    NOVELAS CORTASPEDRO ANTONIO DE ALARCN
    Thee knowledge of thees tr-rail ees of mucho less cost than thee customs that you an' me like so leetle.
    BRING ME HIS EARSCLARENCE E. MULFORD
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    OCTOBER 26, 1985
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    capacitor

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