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[おお()·]
ooku
adverb

English Meaning(s) for 多く

adverb
  1. many; much; largely; abundantly; mostly

Definition and Synonyms for 多く

Often in many cases or instances
Synonyms: たいてい, 多く, 往々
For The Most Part in large part
Synonyms: ほぼ, たいてい, ほとんど, 主に, 主として, 多く, 大方, 概して, 粗方, 総じて, 通じて, 通じる
Much frequently or in great quantities
Synonyms: よく, うんと, たんと, いっぱい, おおきに, しきりと, しきりに, しこたま, しばしば, しばしば, たくさん, たびたび, ちょいちょい, ちょくちょく, ちょこちょこ, 仰山, 再々, 再三, 多く, 大いに, 好く, 往々, 繁繁, 重ね重ね, 間々, 頻る, 頻く頻く
Rafts a large number or amount
Synonyms: 多く, 多数, 多量, 数十
Abundantly in an abundant manner
Synonyms: うんと, たくさん, 多く, 大量, 山々, 豊富
Plenitude a full supply
Synonyms: いっぱい, 万斛, 多く, 多数, 多量, 数多
For The Most Part mainly or chiefly
Synonyms: ほぼ, たいてい, ほとんど, 主に, 主として, 多く, 大方, 概して, 粗方, 総じて, 通じて, 通じる

Meanings for each kanji in 多く

many; frequent; much Kanji Details »

Categories 多く is a member of

Abundance the property of a more than adequate quantity or supply
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Large Indefinite Amount an indefinite quantity that is above the average in size or magnitude
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Sample Sentences for 多く

My argument is indebted in a number of places to the aesthetic theories of Adorno, Horkheimer and others.
After business came to a halt, many bathhouses added new facilities, such as saunas and exercise equipment, in an effort to attract customers.
Just as one gesture can have many different meanings, many different gestures can have the same meaning.
Many foreign customs were introduced into Japan after the war.
The school has turned out many inventors.

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