French English Dictionary

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beaucoup in English:

1. many many


Many thanks.
At the party, one of his political opponents humiliated him in the presence of many guests.
Forks were used for many years in Europe and the Near East, but only for cooking.
The nonviolent actions of Martin Luther King inspired many people.
I wonder if Tom realizes how many hours a day I work.
Having been written in a hurry, this letter has many mistakes in it.
Modern science has turned many impossibilities into possibilities.
Many farmers in Hokkaido grow potatoes.
A child who is a native speaker usually knows many things about his or her language that a non-native speaker who has been studying for years still does not know and perhaps will never know.
She borrowed the book from him many years ago and hasn't yet returned it.
A perfect knowledge of a few writers and a few subjects is more valuable than a superficial one of a great many.
Many countries have problems with poverty.
Modern cars differ from the early ones in many ways.
It was not one battle, but many.
Flexibility is one of the many advantages of working from home.

English word "beaucoup"(many) occurs in sets:

Fiches du livre - "Elsie at Home" (Martha Finley)
Fiches du livre - "Witching Hill" (E. W. Hornung)
Fiches du livre - "Modern Mythology" (Andrew Lang)
Fiches du livre - "A Night in Avignon" (Cale Young...
Fiches du livre - "The Marriage of Esther" (Guy Bo...

2. plenty


Where are you going in such a hurry? We've got plenty of time, so drive safely.
plenty of time
Houses should be built so as to admit plenty of light as well as fresh air.
There's no point starting a shop selling take-away lunches; there are already plenty.
If you have the money, then you may use it with other treatments, but the results from hypnotism alone should be plenty.
For circumstantial evidence, that's plenty.
Every day grandfather and grandmother gave the kitten plenty of milk, and soon the kitten grew nice and plump.
I usually cut loose a bit and drink plenty before a day off work but if my drinks are cut with tochu tea then I get absolutely no hangover.
‘Do we need more milk?’ ‘No, there's plenty in the fridge.’
If you are travelling somewhere, do you normally get to the station or airport with plenty of time or at the last minute?
With the creation of a city area that's more like a town, with plenty of greenery and community buildings, living in the city will soon mean simpler, stress-free lifestyles for the 20,000 that are expected to live, work and play in Edinburgh's Waterfront.
Don't bring any food - we've got plenty.
There were plenty of wild animals too, but not the kinds you see in Disney films or in childrens zo
No matter how much you might think you like curry, three days in a row is plenty.
A camel is a gentle and pleasant tame beast whereof there are plenty in Africa especially in the Deserts of Libya, Numidia and Barbary by which Africans estimate their own wealth.

English word "beaucoup"(plenty) occurs in sets:

Fiches du livre - "Killarney" (Mary Gorges)
Fiches du livre - "The Cossacks" (Leo Tolstoy)
Fiches du livre - "Eskimo Life" (Fridtjof Nansen)
Fiches du livre - "Heart's Desire" (Emerson Hough)
Fiches du livre - "Ewing's Lady" (Harry Leon Wilson)

3. much


It would take me too much time to explain to you why it's not going to work.
How much is it?
She doesn't talk much, but once she does speak she is eloquent.
There was so much noise that the speaker couldn't make himself heard.
Much better to be woken by the birds than by an alarm.
If he did not watch so much television, he would have more time for study.
I hope that the jet lag isn't going to disturb my sleep schedule too much.
I want to buy this material for a new dress. How much does it cost?
Though his stay in Europe was transient, Spenser felt he had learned much more about interactions with other people from traveling than he did at college.
Brazil supplies us with much of our coffee.
Much to my disappointment, she did not come.
Could you move over a little? "Oh, sorry. I didn't realize I was taking up so much space."
A growing child who doesn't seem to have much energy perhaps needs medical attention.
Roger Miller learned to play the guitar and the violin. Much later, he learned to play the drums.
As is often the case with young men, he does not pay much attention to his health.

English word "beaucoup"(much) occurs in sets:

Fiches du livre - "Life Of Johnson, Vol. 2" (Boswell)
Fiches du livre - "Worrying Won't Win" (Montague G...
Fiches du livre - "Bruges and West Flanders" (Geor...
Fiches du livre - "The Seed of the Toc-Toc Birds" ...
Fiches du livre - "A Study of Splashes" (Arthur Ma...

4. lots


He knows lots.
Bodybuilding is his hobby so he has a very firm tight body with lots of muscle definition.
Lots of companies have implemented an eight-hour working day.
The best way to improve English quickly is lots of practice.
That looks like the kind of guy who'd buy me lots of designer goods tee-hee-hee.
When I was a teenager I had lots of hair on my head and none on my chest. Now it's just the opposite.
More roads were made, and the countryside was divided into lots.
I couldn't sleep well last night because there were lots of things on my mind.
Malcom killed Tom because he was tired of seeing his name in lots of prayers.
A Turkish soft G and a Spanish H eloped and had lots of completely silent children together.
The room was full of bugs, millions of small, wriggling bugs with lots of legs.
Meet lots of people while your father is still alive, go to many places while your horse is still strong.
I wouldn't be surprised if lots of Tatoeba members were Scrabble addicts as well.
The one good thing you can say about an entry-level job is that there's lots of room for growth.
Lots of people are interested in cars, but they're really nothing to me.

English word "beaucoup"(lots) occurs in sets:

Fiches du livre - "Odd" (Amy Le Feuvre)
et, ou, mais, alors... – and, or, but, so...
And, or, but, so - Et, ou, mais, alors
And, or, but, so - Et, ou, mais, alors
Et, ou, mais, alors - And, or, but, so

5. plenty's



English word "beaucoup"(plenty's) occurs in sets:

Fiches du livre - "Eight Cousins" (Louisa M. Alcott)
Fiches du livre - "The Little Red Foot" (Robert W....
Fiches du livre - "Christmas-Tide" (Elizabeth Harr...
Fiches du livre - "Suppressed Poems" (Frederich Sc...
Fiches du livre - "Songs from the Smoke" (Madelein...

6. muchness


Once things start going this way, in the end they'll all be much of a muchness.

English word "beaucoup"(muchness) occurs in sets:

Fiches du livre - "The Missing Prince" (G. E. Farrow)
Fiches du livre - "The Lone Inn A Mystery" (Fergus...
Fiches du livre - "The Great Adventure" (Arnold Be...
Fiches du livre - "The Circle A Comedy in Three Ac...
Fiches du livre - "The Attache or, Sam Slick in En...