great deal

  • 1 great\ deal — • good deal • great deal noun informal A large amount; much. Used with a . Mrs. Walker s long illness cost her a good deal. George spends a great deal of his time watching television. Often used like an adverb. Cleaning up after the party took a… …

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  • 2 great deal — noun (often followed by of ) a large number or amount or extent (Freq. 10) a batch of letters a deal of trouble a lot of money he made a mint on the stock market see the rest of the winners in our huge passel of photos it must have cost plenty …

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  • 3 great deal — See: GOOD DEAL …

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  • 4 great deal — See: GOOD DEAL …

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  • 5 great deal — Synonyms and related words: a deal, a great deal, a lot, abundantly, as all creation, as all get out, batch, beaucoup, considerable, considerably, deal, ever so, ever so much, galore, gobs, good deal, greatly, heap, heaps, highly, in great… …

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  • 6 great deal of — • good deal of • great deal of much; a lot of (+ uncountable noun) …

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  • 7 great deal of — adv. very much, very many …

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  • 8 great deal of —  Lots of …

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  • 9 a great deal — adverb 1. to a very great degree or extent (Freq. 1) I feel a lot better we enjoyed ourselves very much she was very much interested this would help a great deal • Syn: ↑a lot, ↑lots, ↑ …

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  • 10 (a) great deal of something — a good/great/deal of something phrase a large amount or quantity of something A great deal of research has been done already. She spent a good deal of time on the project. Thesaurus: large quantities or amountssynonym large amounts o …

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  • 11 (a) great deal of something — a great deal (of (something)) a large amount of something. He offered me a great deal of money. Keeping the house really meant a good deal to me …

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  • 12 (a) great deal of — a great deal (of (something)) a large amount of something. He offered me a great deal of money. Keeping the house really meant a good deal to me …

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  • 13 (a) great deal — a great deal (of (something)) a large amount of something. He offered me a great deal of money. Keeping the house really meant a good deal to me …

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  • 14 think\ a\ great\ deal\ of — • think a great deal of • think a lot of • think much of v. phr. To consider to be very worthy, valuable, or important; to esteem highly. Mary thinks a great deal of Tim. The teacher thought a lot of Joe s project. the phrase think much of is… …

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  • 15 a great deal — to a very much extent (e.g., we enjoyed ourselves a great deal at the party ); not often or in large quantities (e.g., I don t drink a great deal of alcohol ) …

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  • 16 a great deal — a good deal under a great deal of pressure there s a good deal of unfinished work here Syn: a lot, a large amount, a fair amount, much, plenty; informal lots, loads, heaps, bags, masses, tons, stacks …

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  • 17 a great deal — ► a good (or great) deal 1) a large amount. 2) to a considerable extent: a good deal better. Main Entry: ↑deal …

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  • 18 a good (or great) deal — a large amount. ↘to a considerable extent. → deal …

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  • 19 a great deal — 1. adverb Very much; to a great extent; a lot; lots. We had a great deal more money afterwards. 2. noun A large amount; a lot. “Consider your verdict,” the King said to the jury …

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  • 20 think a great deal of — or[think a lot of] also[think much of] {v. phr.} To consider to be very worthy, valuable, or important; to esteem highly. * /Mary thinks a great deal of Tim./ * /The teacher thought a lot of Joe s project./ The phrase think much of is usually… …

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