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ADV-GRADED (表示行动、感情或变化的强烈程度，通常和 so，too，very 一起用于否定句中)很多，非常 You use much to indicate the great intensity, extent, or degree of something such as an action, feeling, or change. Much is usually used with 'so', 'too', and 'very', and in negative clauses with this meaning.
She laughs too much...
Thank you very much...
ADV-GRADED 经常;常常 If something does not happen much, it does not happen very often.
He said that his father never talked much about the war...
Gwen had not seen her Daddy all that much, because mostly he worked on the ships...
ADV-GRADED (置于比较级或 too 前，表示强调)太，很 You use much in front of 'too' or comparative adjectives and adverbs in order to emphasize that there is a large amount of a particular quality.
The skin is much too delicate...
You'd be so much happier if you could see yourself the way I see you...
ADV 很大程度上 If one thing is much the same as another thing, it is very similar to it.
The day ended much as it began...
Sheep's milk is produced in much the same way as goat's milk.
DET 许多；大量 You use much to indicate that you are referring to a large amount of a substance or thing.
They are grown on the hillsides in full sun, without much water...
Japan has been reluctant to offer much aid to Russia...
ADV-GRADED (用于回答关于数量的提问)不多/不太多/太多 You use much in expressions such as not much ,not very much, and too much when replying to questions about amounts.
'Can you hear it where you live?' He shook his head. 'Not much.'...
'Do you care very much about what other people think?' — 'Too much.'
QUANT 常常;多次 If you do not see much of someone, you do not see them very often.
I don't see much of Tony nowadays...
We won't be seeing much of each other for a while.
DET 多少(用于对数量的询问或说明) You use much in the expression how much to ask questions about amounts or degrees, and also in reported clauses and statements to give information about the amount or degree of something.
How much money can I afford?...
See just how much fat and cholesterol you're eating...
DET (用于比较数量)同样多 You use much in the expression as much when you are comparing amounts.
I shall try, with as much patience as is possible, to explain yet again...
Their aim will be to produce as much milk as possible...
PHR-CONJ-SUBORD 虽然;尽管 You use much as to introduce a fact which makes something else you have just said or will say rather surprising.
Much as they hope to go home tomorrow, they're resigned to staying on until the end of the year.
PHRASE 我想/ 我猜也是这样 You use as much in expressions such as 'I thought as much' and 'I guessed as much' after you have just been told something and you want to say that you already believed or expected it to be true.
You're waiting for a woman — I thought as much.
PHRASE (置于数量前)多达 You use as much as before an amount to suggest that it is surprisingly large.
The organisers hope to raise as much as £6m for charity.
PHRASE 更不用说；更何况 You use much less after a statement, often a negative one, to indicate that the statement is more true of the person, thing, or situation that you are going to mention next.
They are always short of water to drink, much less to bathe in...
But we must not think of Chekhov as a leftist, much less a revolutionary.
PHRASE 没什么;不重要 You say nothing much to refer to something that is not very interesting or important.
'What was stolen?' — 'Oh, nothing much.'...
Nothing much interesting seemed to be happening.
PHRASE 不太好的；称不上…的 If you describe something as not much of a particular type of thing, you mean that it is small or of poor quality.
It hasn't been much of a holiday...
It's not much of a career, you may think.
PHRASE 就讲这么多；到此为止 So much for is used to indicate that you have finished talking about a subject.
Well, so much for the producers. But what of the con-sumers?
PHRASE 不过如此；没有益处 If you say so much for a particular thing, you mean that it has not been successful or helpful.
He has spent 19 million pounds, lost three cup finals and been relegated. So much for money.
PHRASE 与其说是…不如说是… If you say that something is not so much one thing as another, you mean that it is more like the second thing than the first.
I don't really think of her as a daughter so much as a very good friend...
She told me she was not so much leaving her job as it was leaving her.
PHRASE 甚至;竟然 If you say that someone did not do so much as perform a particular action, you are emphasizing that they did not even do that, when you were expecting them to do more.
I didn't so much as catch sight of him all day long...
Laura had not reproached him, never so much as mentioned it...
PHRASE 太…以至于… You use so much so to indicate that your previous statement is true to a very great extent, and therefore it has the result mentioned.
He himself believed in freedom, so much so that he would rather die than live without it.
PHRASE 非…力所能及的;非…应付得了的 If a situation or action is too much for you, it is so difficult, tiring, or upsetting that you cannot cope with it.
His inability to stay at one job for long had finally proved too much for her.
PHRASE 非常;确实 You use very much to emphasize that someone or something has a lot of a particular quality, or that the description you are about to give is particularly accurate.
...a man very much in charge of himself...
Yorkshire is still very much a farming community with good meat, good dairy produce and eggs...