muchos más

muchos más
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (masculine or mixed gender) (used as an adjective)
a. many more
Tú pasaste muchos más años que yo en Madrid. - Sí, toda mi vida profesional.You spent many more years than I did in Madrid. - Yes, all my professional life.
b. a lot more
En la actualidad circulan muchos más vehículos que hace veinte años.There are a lot more vehicles on the road today than there were twenty years ago.
2. (masculine or mixed gender) (used as a pronoun)
a. many more
Tenemos dos tomates, pero para hacer gazpacho necesitamos muchos más.We have two tomatoes, but to make gazpacho we need many more.
b. a lot more
Hoy había solo cien manifestantes. El primer día había muchos más.Today there were only a hundred demonstrators. On the first day there were a lot more.
c. lots more
En la librería hay muchos libros, pero en la biblioteca hay muchos más.In the bookstore there are many books, but in the library there are lots more.
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