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DET 更多;较多(该词前可使用 a little，a lot，a bit，far和much) You use more to indicate that there is a greater amount of something than before or than average, or than something else. You can use 'a little', 'a lot', 'a bit', 'far', and 'much' in front of more .
More and more people are surviving heart attacks...
He spent more time perfecting his dance moves instead of gym work.
PREP-PHRASE 超过;超出 You use more than before a number or amount to say that the actual number or amount is even greater.
The Afghan authorities say the airport had been closed for more than a year.
...classy leather and silk jackets at more than £250.
ADV-COMPAR 比较多地；更加 You use more to indicate that something or someone has a greater amount of a quality than they used to or than is average or usual.
Prison conditions have become more brutal...
We can satisfy our basic wants more easily than in the past.
ADV-COMPAR 更像（前者）地;与其说（是）…，倒不如说（是） If you say that something is more one thing than another, you mean that it is like the first thing rather than the second.
The exhibition at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts is more a production than it is a museum display...
He's more like a film star than a lifeguard, really...
ADV-COMPAR 更大程度地；更经常地 If you do something more than before or more than someone else, you do it to a greater extent or more often.
When we are tired, tense, depressed or unwell, we feel pain much more...
What impressed me more was that she knew Tennessee Williams.
ADV-COMPAR 继续;再 You can use more to indicate that something continues to happen for a further period of time.
Things might have been different if I'd talked a bit more.
ADV-COMPAR 再;另外;又一次 You use more to indicate that something is repeated. For example, if you do something 'once more', you do it again once.
This train would stop twice more in the suburbs before rolling southeast toward Munich...
The breathing exercises should be repeated several times more.
DET 另外的;附加的(该词前可使用 a little，a lot，a bit，far 和 much) You use more to refer to an additional thing or amount. You can use 'a little', 'a lot', 'a bit', 'far' and 'much' in front of more .
They needed more time to consider whether to hold an inquiry.
PRON (用于 no more，no less, neither more nor less 等短语中，表示所说完全无误)多了的部分 You can use more in expressions like 'no more, no less' and 'neither more nor less' to indicate that what you are saying is exactly true or correct.
I told him the truth. No more, no less...
I'm sixty-two. I feel sixty-two, neither more nor less.
ADV-COMPAR 还有;再者;而且 You use more in conversations when you want to draw someone's attention to something interesting or important that you are about to say.
Europe's economies have converged in several areas. More interestingly, there has been convergence in economic growth rates...
More seriously for him, there are members who say he is wrong on this issue.
PHRASE 越来越 You can use more and more to indicate that something is becoming greater in amount, extent, or degree all the time.
Her life was heading more and more where she wanted it to go...
Bob became more and more furious...
PHRASE 或多或少;大概;几乎 If something is more or less true, it is true in a general way, but is not completely true.
The Conference is more or less over...
He more or less started the firm...
PHRASE 比…更;比…更重要 If something is more than a particular thing, it has greater value or importance than this thing.
He's more than a coach, he's a friend.
PHRASE 超出需要;超乎寻常 You use more than to say that something is true to a greater degree than is necessary or than average.
Lithuania produces more than enough food to feed itself.
...accommodation which is roomy and offers more than generous stowage.
PHRASE 不超过;不到;至多 You use no more than or not more than when you want to emphasize how small a number or amount is.
Each box requires no more than a few hours of labor to build...
He was a kid really, not more than eighteen or nineteen.
PHRASE 只不过;仅仅 If you say that someone or something is nothing more than a particular thing, you are emphasizing that they are only that thing, and nothing more interesting or important.
The newly discovered notes are nothing more than Lang's personal journal.
PHRASE 更有甚者;更为重要的是;此外 You can use what is more or what's more to introduce an extra piece of information which supports or emphasizes the point you are making.
Many more institutions, especially banks, were allowed to lend money for mortgages, and what was more, banks could lend out more money than they actually held...
You should remember it, and what's more, you should get it right.