Definition of so many or much in English:

so many (or much)

Indicating a particular but unspecified quantity: so many hours at such-and-such a speed
More example sentences
  • Even being told by your coach to go spin for so many hours a week is not the insult it sounds.
  • Abolishing school fees will only do so much for equality of opportunity.
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