Adverb: множество
Adjective: много многочисленные


too many sweets cloy the palate - избыток сладостей вызывает отвращение

the comedy of many life situations - комизм многих жизненных ситуаций

composed of many ingredients - составленный из многих ингредиентов

a great many years - много лет

many a man - многие люди

many a book - многие книги

many a day - многие дни

man of many accomplishments - человек, обладающий многими достоинствами

game with infinitely many strategies - игра с бесконечным множеством стратегий

a good many of us - весьма многие из нас

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Many people have been killed. - Многие были убиты.

Take as many apples as you like. - Бери столько яблок, сколько хочешь.

Many of the old people were blind. - Многие из стариков были слепы.

The many are not capable of making this calculation. - Большинство людей неспособны произвести это вычисление.

Связанные термины:

as many: the same number of

so many: a finite but unspecified number of

many-hued: having many colours

many-one: (of a function ) associating a single element of a range with more than one member of the domain

one-many: (of a relation ) holding between more than one ordered pair of elements with the same first member

the many: the majority of humankind, esp ordinary people

many people: People are men, women, and children. People is normally used as the plural ofperson, instead of 'persons'.

many-sided: having many sides, aspects, etc

many things: You can use thing to refer to any object, feature, or event when you cannot, need not, or do not want to refer to it more precisely .

as many as: You use as many as before a number to suggest that it is surprisingly large.

many a one: many people

many-coloured: having many colours

a good many: a relatively large number (of persons or things)

a great many: an extremely large number (of persons or things)

many a time: often; frequently

many opportunities: An opportunity is a situation in which it is possible for you to do something that you want to do.

of many parts: having many different abilities

of many words: talkative

too many cooks: said to mean that something may not be successful if too many people try to do it at the same time

in so many words: If you say that someone has said something, but not in so many words, you mean that they said it or expressed it, but in a very indirect way.

many happy returns: When it is someone's birthday, people sometimes say ' Many happy returns ' to them as a way of greeting them.

many-plumed moth: a moth of the species, Alucita hexadactyla

many-valued logic: the study of logical systems in which the truth-values that a proposition may have are not restricted to two, representing only truth and falsity

so much/so many: You use so much and so many when you are saying that there is a definite limit to something but you are not saying what this limit is.

have a few too many: If you say that someone has had a few too many or has had a few, you mean that they have drunk too many alcoholic drinks.

a good many/a great many: You use a good many or a great many to emphasize that you are referring to a large number of things or people.

be (one) too many for: to defeat ; overwhelm

fallacy of many questions: the rhetorical trick of asking a question that cannot be answered without admitting a presupposition that may be false, as have you stopped beating your wife?

many-worlds interpretation: an interpretation of quantum mechanics based on the idea that every possible event exists in its own world

of many (or few) words: talkative (or not talkative)

of many years' standing: You can use the expression of many years ' standing to say that something has had a particular function or someone has had a particular role for many years. For example, if a place is your home of ten years' standing, it has been your home for ten years.

in this respect/in many respects: You use expressions like in this respect and in many respects to indicate that what you are saying applies to the feature you have just mentioned or to many features of something.

there is many a slip twixt cup and lip: said to mean that a plan may easily go wrong before it is completed, and you can never be sure of what will happen

have many (or several, etc.) irons in the fire: to have or be engaged in many (or several, etc.) activities, enterprises, or the like

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Однокоренные слова:

manage - управлять, руководить, справляться, школа верховой езды
manful - мужественный, смелый, решительный
manhood - мужественность, зрелость, возмужалость, зрелый возраст
manlike - мужской, мужеподобный, подобающий мужчине
manly - мужественный, мужеподобный, отважный
manor - поместье, феодальное поместье
mansion - дворец, хоромы, большой особняк, большой дом, многоквартирный дом
manure - навоз, удобрение, удобрять, унавоживать
manic - маниакальный, страдающий манией

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