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mucho

[moo-choh] /ˈmu tʃoʊ/ Slang.
adjective
1.
much or many:
They're under mucho stress.
adverb
2.
to a great extent or degree; very:
The recipe is mucho easy for the kids to make.
noun
3.
a great quantity, measure, or degree:
Your friendship means mucho to me.
Origin of mucho
1870-1875
1870-75; < Spanish < Latin multus much, many
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Examples from the Web for mucho
Historical Examples
  • The oldest one said, “mucho aguacero” (a heavy shower) and cast about for a dry spot.

    A Woman's Impression of the Philippines Mary H. (Mary Helen) Fee
  • When they start the finca there is a feast, mucho talk and drinky.

    Kit Musgrave's Luck Harold Bindloss
  • He weesh you so ver' mucho luck that per-rhaps he can get you past those customs.

    Bring Me His Ears Clarence E. Mulford
  • But Toro showed "mucho fuego" before he was so neatly pierced in the medulla.

    Romantic Spain John Augustus O'Shea
  • “Mounseer, you are mucho welcomo to our bertho,” exclaimed Blake.

    Paul Gerrard W.H.G. Kingston
  • No estuvo all mucho tiempo cuando oy un escandaloso aldabazo.

    A First Spanish Reader Erwin W. Roessler and Alfred Remy
  • In the old copies it is munching malicho, in which we find traces of the true reading, mucho malhecho, much mischief.

  • Bang's "mucho mucho" even failed him, for he had only in his modesty got a thimbleful of brandy to qualify the olla podrida.

    Tom Cringle's Log Michael Scott
  • But likes not well get mucho plenty excitement along this trail before were through.

    Dust of the Desert Robert Welles Ritchie
  • If any Americans are watching them they will say, "mucho chico wino," while eating this delicacy of their indolence and filth.

    A Soldier in the Philippines Needom N. Freeman
Contemporary definitions for mucho
adjective, adverb

You have mucho problems.

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Slang definitions & phrases for mucho

mucho

adjective

Very; a lot of: mucho dinero/wanting mucho nachos

The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers.
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