mucho

All Noun Adjective Adverb
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  • Their orders fall short (son mucho menos) of what we expected. Cited from Pitman's Commercial Spanish Grammar (2nd ed.), by C. A. Toledano
  • In the next year, the band published another hit album, Besame Mucho.
  • Ganado Mucho had a son - Many Horses, who is buried on the property.
  • Their album Mucho, was released in 2008, and was a more straight forward rock album than their predecessors.
  • Upon his release, he vows to get back at the citizens of Mucho Loma.
  • He is president of Mucho Fruto Music, an independent record label that develops new musical talent.
  • Mucho Macho Man had overcome his own health problems in order to race, including having appeared to be lifeless at birth.
  • Ponche de Leona delivered Mucho Macho Man three weeks after her due date.
  • There had not been such large quantities offered for a long time (hacia mucho tiempo que). Cited from Pitman's Commercial Spanish Grammar (2nd ed.), by C. A. Toledano
  • After running in the middle of the pack and going five horses wide coming into the stretch, he finished second to Mucho Macho Man.
  • "Be gratified to see you ride over to Mucho Calor any time you strike that section of the range." Cited from Waifs and Strays, etc, by O Henry Pt 1
  • The word "mucho" may suggest a desire for the kiss to linger, as it may be the couple's last time being together.
  • Many Horses was one of the local herdsmen, and the son of Ganado Mucho.
  • On race day, over a sloppy track, another horse, Mucho Macho Man, scratched and only five horses went to the post.
  • Channel 13 in Chile offered her work as a model on the program Mucho Lucho.
  • He failed by a nose to catch Mucho Macho Man, with Declaration of War a head away in third place.
  • However "muy mucho" is found, especially when used jocularly. Cited from Pitman's Commercial Spanish Grammar (2nd ed.), by C. A. Toledano
  • Coincidentally, in the same week, Mucho Macho Man was retired from racing.
  • Being (por ser) so young he shows a good deal of (mucho) tact and foresight. Cited from Pitman's Commercial Spanish Grammar (2nd ed.), by C. A. Toledano
  • No te cases si no le amas mucho. Cited from El Comendador Mendoza, by Juan Valera
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