much more的中文意思是: 更多
"Business warm Heart Indefinitely"as our faith, will provide you with much more convenient, much more
This is, I think, much, much more important
Much older the wine, much more delicate fragrance.
She Canna take much more!
painted walls look much more interesting and doesn't cost much
liquid state, much more disorder.
So we expect overtime for there to be much more collaborations and potentially much more innovation.
The Bible is much more candid.
making it that much more precious.
Series makes this much more transparent.
We needed much more qualified workers .
He's much more interested in English.
Much wants more and loses all.
Now I feel much more confident .
The problem is much more fundamental.
We are not Sweden, we are a much more complicated, much deeper, a much broader economy.
It is much more cellular and the cells have much more pleomorphism and hyperchromatism than the benign
With dubbing quality so much improved, casting has become much more selective.
But they have borrowed more too: so much more that their savings ratio is much lower than the Germans
S.w is much more beautiful than you!
The method is now much more readable.
Teachers do much more than impart knowledge.
I don't get around much any more.
He does much more, he inspires you.
these were much more sensible lending practices .
There's a butterfly, a polar bear and her cub, and much, much more.
How much more suspenseful can you get?
That's much more valuable than Steve austin.
Divers treated the bronzes much more carefully.
Our concern should be much more encompassing.
He bantered with him much more frequently.
I see much more continuity going forward.
I lingered outside, and fretted much more.
people are so much more pretentious nowadays.
She seem s much more beautiful in yellow.
Now, I'm much happier and more confident.
Buyers at this end of the market are much more price sensitive and prices have been rising much more
That's why Owens and others, myself included, have argued that we should experiment much more rapidly
Compared with, she became much more distressed.
Kids seem much more streetwise these days.