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 Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for mucho

Historical Examples of mucho

  • “Mounseer, you are mucho welcomo to our bertho,” exclaimed Blake.

    Paul Gerrard

    W.H.G. Kingston

  • "Mucho, mucho," sung out Bang, who meant by that that he was much obliged.

    Tom Cringle's Log

    Michael Scott

  • When they start the finca there is a feast, mucho talk and drinky.

    Kit Musgrave's Luck

    Harold Bindloss

  • 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