- much or many: They're under mucho stress.
- to a great extent or degree; very: The recipe is mucho easy for the kids to make.
- a great quantity, measure, or degree: Your friendship means mucho to me.
Origin of mucho
1870–75; < Spanish < Latin multus much, many
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Examples from the Web for mucho
“Mounseer, you are mucho welcomo to our bertho,” exclaimed Blake.Paul Gerrard
"Mucho, mucho," sung out Bang, who meant by that that he was much obliged.Tom Cringle's Log
When they start the finca there is a feast, mucho talk and drinky.Kit Musgrave's Luck</p>
But Toro showed "mucho fuego" before he was so neatly pierced in the medulla.Romantic Spain
John Augustus O'Shea
Pedro has eyes, señor; an' Pedro, he weesh you ver' mucho luck.Bring Me His Ears
Clarence E. Mulford