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Did you get many responses to your advertisement?
I haven't told many people that I am pregnant.
I've been to their house many times.
In many cases workers were being employed without a written contract.
Dervla Murphy's latest book describes her many adventures in Nepal.
The news will bring joy to many.
Many of the world's leading doctors have been trained here at the medical center.
There are too many rules and regulations.
Not very many companies can afford the high cost of introducing new technology.
No doubt she had many a tale to tell of the old days.
The scientists have been proven wrong so many times that people no longer believe them.
We've lived here for a good many years.
It all happened many many years ago.
He was asked a great many questions and answered them all.
Many thousands of animals died in the floods.
Jason has a lot of friends, but I think I have as many as him.
They try to interview as many candidates as possible.
This year we had twice as many visitors as in previous years.
How many students are taking the test?
It's surprising how many different varieties of pasta there are.
How many of you can remember the first Alfred Hitchcock film you saw?
This is the American English definition of many. View British English definition of many.
happy, excited, and full of energy