An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (a large quantity)
a. a lot of
Manuel le regaló a su novia muchísimas flores por su cumpleaños.Manuel gave his girlfriend a lot of flowers for her birthday.
b. lots of
Muchísimas infecciones de ojos son causadas por lentes de contacto sucios.Lots of eye infections are a result of dirty contact lenses.
An adverb is a word that describes a verb, an adjective, or other adverbs (e.g. to run quickly, very tired).
2. (tremendously)
a. very much
Disfrutamos muchísimo de las vacaciones en la Florida.We very much enjoyed our vacation in Florida.
b. a lot
El comediante fue hilarante. Nos reímos muchísimo.The comedian was hilarious. We laughed a lot.
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a lot of; lots of
había muchísima gente there were a lot of people; there were lots of people; había muchísima comida there was a lot of food; there was lots of food; hace muchísimo tiempo a very long time ago; ages ago
very much; a lot
me quiere muchísimo he loves me very much o a lot; he really loves me; llovía muchísimo it was raining really o very hard; it was pouring down
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