Beaucoup means many or much. Related word : Tant means so many or so much.
Molto sole or Tanto sole is an Italian equivalent of 'much sunshine'. In the word by word translation, the masculine adjectives 'molto' and 'tanto' mean 'much, so much, so very much, very much'. The masculine gender noun 'sole' means 'sun'. The phrase is pronounced 'MOHL-toh SOH-lay'.
Ver is the root word. Ver means true, which is why veritable means genuine; being truly or very much so. Ver means turn like reverse. A+ ciriculum look it up if u need. Jesus loves you
Nomu means 'so much' ...or ' really very much' eg nomu bogoshipoyo means miss you very much -Jhang
Swiss=German SO.... dankeshon viele! means thank you very much.
it means "I miss you very much".
The word so means "To a very great extent or degree" i.e "I have never been so happy".
The word "menos" in Spanish translates to the word "less" in English. This word in English means not so much.
it is a real word it is a science term. If you think its not a real word you dont pay attention very much. People from atoka are smart it means go to google and look it up cause i have no clue but im fixin to know so :)
It's a very peculiar word. The word "nigh" means "close" so presumably "nigher" must mean "closer". A little context would help.
It means the word, "Very Wise." that is what I had heard. I dont think so
pit. trench. abyss. endless. immeasurable. so on and so forth
No, not in the traditionally formal sense. The word "very" is used to quantify an adjective or an adverb. "Fun" is a noun so "very fun" is not correct. You could use "very funny" or "a lot of fun" depending on the context. Colloquially, though, "very fun" is a common term and we all know what it means. And if you intend the adjective "much" to be understood, then you even could argue for it's… Read More
I means you mean so much to me lol But in a deeper sense it means you genuinely care for that person. This means that you would go out of your way just for this person. It also means that you hold this person in very high esteem.
I like [or love] you so very much is an Italian equivalent of 'Ti voglio tantissimo bene'. In the word by word translation, the personal pronoun 'ti' means 'you'. The verb 'voglio' means '[I] am liking, do like, like'. The adverb 'tantissimo' means 'so very'. The adverb 'bene' means 'well'. The phrase is pronounced 'tee VOH-lyoh tahn-TEE-see-moh BEH-nay'.* *The sound 'ay' is similar to the sound 'ay' in the English noun 'ray'.
What is 'Vous me manquez trop tellement que je ne peux pas attendre pour vous voir bientot' in English?
I miss you so very much, so much [in fact] that I can't wait to see you soon is an English equivalent of 'Vous me manquez trop, tellement que je ne peux pas attendre pour vous voir bientot'. The words in French are pronounced 'voo muh mawn-kay troh tehl-mawnt kuh zhuh nuh puh pa-zah-tawn-druh poor voo vwahr bee-ahn-toh'. In the word by word translation, the subject pronoun 'vous' means 'you'. The personal pronoun 'me' means… Read More
The flood was not good for tourism. London is a great tourism spot. She studied travel and tourism in college.
The word could be peripheral, or tangential, which mean related but not very much so.
Whenever you see "tetra" in front of a word in chemistry, it means "4". Similarly, "tetraconta" means "40", and so on.
He means he loves you so very very much he probably just using a posh way to say it.
an optimist is a person who is very positive and so he is optimistic whereas a pessimist is some one who is very negative and is therefor pessimistic (:
It is a historical landmark and means very much to ancient Chinese civilization.
That means "several millions", so it isn't a very specific number.
yes they were very much so
I dont know wat that means so.... NO OR He acted very perversely as he approached me with a boner.
It means "trust" in Arabic language its a very nice word, so your name is beautiful.
The opposite word of wealthy, is poor. To be wealthy means to have a lot of money so the opposite of having a lot is having very little, to none.
much means great in quantity, so abundant, adequate, full, generous, loads, heaps, great, ample
Morgan: very positive word! it means that your are very fun, lovable, out-going, cute, and honst! mfalkame (ma-falk-a-me): there are so many positive words to this words I can not even wirgt them down so use this word.
Well...... You die, because of the first word Diet (DIE-et). So be very very very very very carful.
I think it's a play the word "beach", which is very close to "bitch", so it means "life is a bitch".
Hi is a word that we learn at a very young age. Good morning and other phrases are not used as much as they are longer to say.
In English, "merci" can be translated as "thank you" and "beaucoup" means "a lot" or "very much," so merci beaucoup is the French equivalent to saying "Thank you very much!"
Profound means great, or very much so. Fatigue is dead tiredness. So profound fatigue is when you are just absolutely wiped out your so tired.
Lets start with a word by word translation: -'Mi' means 'my' in English. -'Esposo' means spouse, in this case, a husband since it ends in 'o' (masculine ending) -'Es' is like 'is' in English. -'Muy' means very. -'Guapo' means handsome (and again, it ends in 'o', so it is masculine, which makes sense because the person is referring to their husband) So when you put it all together: 'My husband is very handsome'
the word allocating means basically allowing only so much of something...I'm allocating fifty dollars for my gasoline on this trip .....
He dallied for much of the day and so he got very little work done.
"Muchas gracias" means "Thank you very much" so you can use it with either
It is "harina". This sounds very much like the word for "sand", or "arena", so be careful not to order "tortillas de arena" in a restaurant.
Word for word, it literally means, "So much time we like of this love." But it is a fair translation to interpret it as, "We've enjoyed this love for so long."
It means someone is hard working so like they work hard basically. For example: "Your a very hardworking person"
Solemn means "serious", so you could say "when he told me of my friend's death, he looked very solemn".
Anne Frank was very sociable, gregarious, if you will; she was quite popular, so when she went into hiding she was missed very much.
Ya thank u very much! i never thoguht i would had to answer my own question! But anywho, the word means like Incident or with anger also could be used as the following. EXAMPLE: ''I was AGGRAVATED!, i wanted the day to come i was so excited!''
It means, literally, "in", as opposed to "out". It's not so much a prefix as a portmanteau word, combining the words in + patient.
"So much" is an English equivalent of "tanta." Specifically, the word is the feminine singular form of an Italian adjective. It means "so much." The pronunciation is "TAHN-tah."
There is no such word so it means nothing.
I means there's so much going on, very busy. The space described is similar to a bee's hive.
Pashu means Cow Thozhuthu means Shed. So the word means "Cow Shed"
The adverb of triumphant. Synonyms include: successfully, victoriously, exultantly and so on so forth. The word 'triumphantly' means, having won or achieved something important to you, feeling very happy, joyful and proud about your success.