many

Many vs Over - What's the difference?

many | over |


As a determiner many

is an indefinite large number of.

As a pronoun many

is a collective mass of people.

As a noun many

is a multitude; a great aggregate; a mass of people; the generality; the common herd.

As an adverb over is

, above.

As a preposition over is

over.

Many vs Sliver - What's the difference?

many | sliver |


As nouns the difference between many and sliver

is that many is a multitude; a great aggregate; a mass of people; the generality; the common herd while sliver is a long piece cut or rent off; a sharp, slender fragment; a splinter.

As a determiner many

is an indefinite large number of.

As a pronoun many

is a collective mass of people.

As a verb sliver is

to cut or divide into long, thin pieces, or into very small pieces; to cut or rend lengthwise; to slit.

Many vs Silver - What's the difference?

many | silver |


As a determiner many

is an indefinite large number of.

As a pronoun many

is a collective mass of people.

As a noun many

is a multitude; a great aggregate; a mass of people; the generality; the common herd.

As a proper noun silver is

for a silversmith or a rich man, or for someone having silvery gray hair or living by a silvery brook.

Many vs Unlimited - What's the difference?

many | unlimited | Related terms |

Many is a related term of unlimited.


As a determiner many

is an indefinite large number of.

As a pronoun many

is a collective mass of people.

As a noun many

is a multitude; a great aggregate; a mass of people; the generality; the common herd.

As an adjective unlimited is

limitless or without bounds; unrestricted.

Colossal vs Many - What's the difference?

colossal | many | Related terms |

Colossal is a related term of many.


As an adjective colossal

is extremely large or on a great scale.

As a determiner many is

an indefinite large number of.

As a pronoun many is

a collective mass of people.

As a noun many is

a multitude; a great aggregate; a mass of people; the generality; the common herd.

Extensive vs Many - What's the difference?

extensive | many |


As an adjective extensive

is in the nature of an extent, wide, widespread.

As a determiner many is

an indefinite large number of.

As a pronoun many is

a collective mass of people.

As a noun many is

a multitude; a great aggregate; a mass of people; the generality; the common herd.

Multitudes vs Many - What's the difference?

multitudes | many |


As nouns the difference between multitudes and many

is that multitudes is while many is a multitude; a great aggregate; a mass of people; the generality; the common herd.

As a determiner many is

an indefinite large number of.

As a pronoun many is

a collective mass of people.

Money vs Many - What's the difference?

money | many |


As nouns the difference between money and many

is that money is a legally or socially binding conceptual contract of entitlement to wealth, void of intrinsic value, payable for all debts and taxes, and regulated in supply while many is a multitude; a great aggregate; a mass of people; the generality; the common herd.

As a determiner many is

an indefinite large number of.

As a pronoun many is

a collective mass of people.

Mostly vs Many - What's the difference?

mostly | many |


As an adverb mostly

is mainly or chiefly; for the most part; usually, generally, on the whole.

As a determiner many is

an indefinite large number of.

As a pronoun many is

a collective mass of people.

As a noun many is

a multitude; a great aggregate; a mass of people; the generality; the common herd.

Many vs Enough - What's the difference?

many | enough |


As determiners the difference between many and enough

is that many is an indefinite large number of while enough is sufficient; all that is required, needed, or appropriate.

As pronouns the difference between many and enough

is that many is a collective mass of people while enough is a sufficient or adequate number, amount, etc.

As a noun many

is a multitude; a great aggregate; a mass of people; the generality; the common herd.

As an adverb enough is

sufficiently.

As an interjection enough is

stop! don't do that anymore, etc.

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