German English Dictionary

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mehr in English:

1. more


I want more.
When people meet, first impressions determine more than 50 percent of whatever happens next.
Blow by blow, her punches got more intense.
Tom claims he doesn't watch much TV, but he watches more than three hours every day.
If you don't start treating people with a little more respect, people may start avoiding you like the plague.
A lot of people who have up until now been spending money having a good time now need to be more careful with their money.
Between 1820 and 1973, the United States admitted more than 46 million immigrants.
For quantities of 20 or more, we can allow you a special discount of 10% on the prices quoted.
In all my travels I've never seen a more beautiful mountain than Everest.
Because his family traveled from place to place, Cesar Chavez attended more than thirty schools as a child.
Food and drink were served in such profusion at the wedding that the bride and groom began to wonder if they should not have invited more guests.
Generally speaking, college students have more free time than high school students.
The errors apparent in his results are due more to carelessness than faulty procedures.
Her technique is superb, but she needs to play with more expression.
You can't easily put photos on an iPad from more than one computer. However, you can email photos to yourself from various computers and download these photos to your iPad.

English word "mehr"(more) occurs in sets:

und, oder, aber, also... - and, or, but, so...
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