Definition of 'as much as'
Example sentences containing 'as much as'
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But they need a result in the league just as much as we do. The Sun (2016)You'll be asked a love question that surprises just as much as it thrills. The Sun (2016)It doesn't talk as much as it used to. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We also set out to cycle and use public transport as much as possible. The Sun (2012)Working dads have to make sacrifices just as much as working mums. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Small things as much as large have formed my view. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Use banking facilities as much as possible. Christianity Today (2000)We have to value vocational education just as much as academic studies. The Sun (2012)It shows how small gestures can count as much as large ones. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Perhaps that is because it would not be used as much as on a phone. The Sun (2013)She pulled the trigger by doing so just as much as me. The Sun (2010)It does not disturb the peace of rivers as much as canoes and larger river traffic. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Not as much as it used to cost to get her into it. The Sun (2014)But he has not been able to devote enough time to them and has not progressed as much as he hoped. The Sun (2009)But this could suggest self-knowledge as much as hypocrisy. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The bank hopes to withdraw as much as 50 billion of assets from the scheme. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It is thought the company hopes to raise as much as 100m from the disposal. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It did a little bit, but not as much as hoped. The Sun (2010)They didn't used to as much as they do now. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In this way companies hope to produce as much as possible during the days they are allowed to switch on their electricity supplies. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Of course, the smart contestants use it just as much as it uses them. The Sun (2014)This is called "paying your dues" in the business, and should be done as soon and as much as possible. The Secrets of Musical Confidence (1994)In fact, industry figures suggest that as much as 40 per cent of such stuff bought on the web is returned. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It weighed as much as two large men, at least, and no doubt there were formidable teeth in that muzzle. A Plague of Angels (1993)At least two foreign businessmen are said to have put in bids and a sale is expected soon, for as much as 20m. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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