See also: múlt

Aromanian edit

Alternative forms edit

Etymology edit

From Latin multus. Compare Romanian mult.

Adjective edit

mult m (feminine multe, masculine plural mults, feminine plural multi)

  1. much (singular) / many (plural)

Adverb edit

mult

  1. much

Antonyms edit

Dalmatian edit

Alternative forms edit

Etymology edit

From Latin multus.

Adjective edit

mult m (feminine muolta)

  1. many

Megleno-Romanian edit

Etymology edit

From Latin multus.

Determiner edit

mult

  1. much

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Old French edit

Adjective edit

mult m (oblique and nominative feminine singular multe)

  1. Alternative form of molt

Adverb edit

mult

  1. Alternative form of molt

Romanian edit

Etymology edit

Inherited from Latin multus, from the Proto-Indo-European *ml̥tos (crumbled, crumpled, past passive participle).

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /mult/
  • (file)
  • Rhymes: -ult

Determiner edit

mult m or n (feminine singular multă, masculine plural mulți, feminine and neuter plural multe)

  1. (indefinite, in the singular) much
  2. (indefinite, in the plural) many
    Mulți oameni care vin aici sunt mulțumiți.
    Many people who come here are happy.
  3. (definite, in the singular) the large amount of
  4. (definite, in the plural) the many
    Mulții oameni care vin aici sunt mulțumiți.
    The many people who come here are happy.

Declension edit

Indefinite

Definite

Adverb edit

mult

  1. much
    Acesta este mult mai bun decât celălalt film pe care l-am văzut.
    This is much better than the other film I saw.

Antonyms edit

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Scottish Gaelic edit

Alternative forms edit

Etymology edit

From Old Irish molt, from Proto-Celtic *moltos (sheep) (compare Welsh mollt, Gaulish *multon-).

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Noun edit

mult m (genitive singular muilt, plural muilt)

  1. wether (castrated ram)

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