音標 ['meni]
adj. 形容詞 (more; most) (opp. few; cf. much) 許多的,多數的,很多的,多。
★ 1. 在口語中,尤其是在英國口語中,除用作肯定句的主詞或接用於 too, so, as, how 之後以外,帶有否定、疑問、條件意義:M- people think so. Did you see many people? 2. 在其他肯定句中常作 a lot of, a (large) number of, a great [good] many 等的代用語。
3. 文語中通例是以單數用作倒裝句法中的表語:Many's the time (=often) I've seen him do it。
pron. 代名詞 名詞 許多人[物]。
M- of us were tired. 我們當中的許多人都疲倦了。
I have a few, but not many. 我有一點兒,可是不多。
n. 名詞 1. 多數人[東西]。
There are a good many of them. 那樣的人很多[那種東西很多]。
A great many stayed away. 很多人沒來。
2. 〈the many〉大多數人,一般人,群眾。


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