What is another word for how many times?

What is another word for many times?

day after day repeatedly
many times over on many occasions
over and over again persistently
recurrently regularly
time after time week in, week out

What is another word for many more?

What is another word for many more?

far more considerably more
much more significantly more
appreciably more immeasurably more
noticeably more substantially more
a lot more very much more

What is another word for more time?

What is another word for more time?

additional time extra time
further time extension
delay postponement
deferral longer period
increased time additional period of time

What’s a word for multiple times?

repeatedly (adverb) again and again (noun)

What is the meaning of many more?

many more ( a ) [ adj ] much greater in number ; ” there were many more people than chairs “

Is it correct to say many more?

You use “much more” in front of an uncountable noun. Another example: I need much more time to do this job. On the other hand, you use “many more” in front of plural nouns such as I have many more friends in this city.

How do you say extra time in English?

Extra-time synonyms and antonyms

  1. overtime. (Uncountable) The rate of pay, usually higher, for work done outside of or in addition to regular hours.
  2. regulation time (antonym)
  3. injury-time (related)
  4. equaliser (related)
  5. Seasiders (related)
  6. Rivaldo (related)
  7. last-gasp (related)
  8. anderlecht (related)

Which is correct more time or much time?

More is a comparative word, so you would have to be comparing something to this amount of time; but this is not a comparative question. Much, on the other hand, refers to quantity. This question is referring to what quantity of time you have. So the correct wording would be: How much time do we have.

How many is several times?

Several times means more than two, but not unlimited. Several times usually means up to six.

How many does several imply?

three or
By definition, “several” means three or more (but often less than “many,” which we will cover next). So, if several partygoers out of a group of nine were intoxicated, “several” could correctly be translated as three or four.