There are 3 translations of mucho in English:

mucho1

adv

  • 1.1salen mucho they go out a lot no salen mucho they don't go out much o/or a lot ¿salen mucho? do they go out much o/or a lot? me ayudaron muchísimo they really helped me a lot ahora funciona mucho mejor it works much o/or a lot better now esto preocupa, y mucho, a los ecologistas this is a matter of great concern to ecologists trabaja mucho he works very hard ¿llueve mucho? is it raining hard? me gusta muchísimo I like it a lot o/or very much por mucho que insistas, no te va a hacer caso no matter how much you insist o/or however much you insist he won't listen to you por mucho que le grites no te oye you can shout as much as you like but he won't hear you después de mucho discutir llegaron a un acuerdo after long discussions, they reached an agreement mucho criticar a los demás pero ella tampoco hace nada por ayudar she's forever o/or always criticizing others but she doesn't do anything to help either 1.2 (en respuestas) ¿estás preocupado? — mucho are you worried? — (yes, I am,) very ¿te gusta? — sí, mucho do you like it? — yes, very much para locs ver mucho3 3

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There are 3 translations of mucho in English:

mucho2

(-cha)

adj

  • 1 1.1 (singular) a lot of; (en negativas e interrogativas) much, a lot of tiene mucha vitamina C it contains a lot of vitamin C no le tienen mucho respeto they don't have much o/or a lot of respect for him había mucha gente there were lots of o/or a lot of people there sucedió hace mucho tiempo it happened a long time ago ¿tienes mucha hambre? are you very hungry? una ciudad con mucha vida nocturna a city with plenty of night life 1.2 (plural) a lot of; (en negativas e interrogativas) many, a lot of ¿recibiste muchos regalos? did you get many o/or a lot of presents? sus muchas obligaciones le impidieron asistir his many commitments prevented him from attending muchos niños pasan hambre many children go hungry seis hijos son muchos six children's a lot somos muchos there are a lot of us
  • 2 (singular) 2.1 [familiar/colloquial] (con valor plural) mucho elogio, mucho cumplido pero no me lo van a publicar they're full of praise and compliments but they're not going to publish it hoy día hay mucho sinvergüenza por ahí these days there are a lot of rogues around 2.2 [familiar/colloquial] (con valor ponderativo) era mucho jugador para un equipo tan mediocre he was much too good a player for a mediocre team like that

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Word of the day pegado
adj
su casa está pegada a la mía = her house is right next to mine …
Cultural fact of the day

In Spain, a privately owned school that receives no government funds is called a colegio privado. Parents pay monthly fees. Colegios privados cover all stages of primary and secondary education.

There are 3 translations of mucho in English:

mucho3

(-cha)

pron

  • 1 (refiriéndose a cantidad, número) mucho de lo que ha dicho es falso much o/or a lot of what he has said is untrue tengo mucho que hacer I have a lot to do si no es mucho pedir if it's not too much to ask muchos creen que … many (people) believe that … muchos son los llamados pero pocos los elegidos [Biblia/Bible] many are called but few are chosen
  • 2
    (mucho)
    (refiriéndose a tiempo) a long time hace mucho que no vamos al teatro we haven't been to the theater for a long time o/or for ages ¿falta mucho para llegar? are we nearly there?, is it much further? ¿tuviste que esperar mucho? did you have to wait long? mucho antes de conocerte long o/or a long time before I met you
  • 3 (en locuciones/in phrases) como mucho at (the) most costará unos 30 dólares como mucho it probably costs about 30 dollars at (the) most con mucho by far, easily fue, con mucho, la mejor de la clase she was by far o/or easily the best in the class, she was the best in the class, by far cuando mucho at (the) most ni mucho menos, no pretendo aconsejarte ni mucho menos I'm in no way trying to give you advice no es un buen pianista ni mucho menos he isn't a good pianist, far from it

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Word of the day pegado
adj
su casa está pegada a la mía = her house is right next to mine …
Cultural fact of the day

In Spain, a privately owned school that receives no government funds is called a colegio privado. Parents pay monthly fees. Colegios privados cover all stages of primary and secondary education.