[ moo-choh ]
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  1. much or many: They're under mucho stress.

  1. to a great extent or degree; very: The recipe is mucho easy for the kids to make.

  1. a great quantity, measure, or degree: Your friendship means mucho to me.

Origin of mucho

1870–75; <Spanish <Latin multus much, many

Words Nearby mucho Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use mucho in a sentence

  • They sleep mucho domou; that is, not in a separate recess in the house, but in a recess of the great hall or megaron.

    Homer and His Age | Andrew Lang
  • Yo me alter terriblemente de orselo, y le dixe que me maravillava mucho.

  • "Con mucho gusto," the Ambassador said, holding Hall's hand and bowing slightly from the waist.

    The Five Arrows | Allan Chase
  • In three years, he has learned exactly three words of Spanish: 'Con mucho gusto.'

    The Five Arrows | Allan Chase
  • Querido Compadre,—mucho m'ha alegrado el buen termino de sus trabajos literarios que V.M. me participó.

    George Borrow and His Circle | Clement King Shorter