|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|much ado about nothing||0.86||0.3||8225||75|
|mucho gusto meaning||0.82||0.4||8166||30|
|much ado about nothing movie||1.02||0.2||5208||85|
|mucho gusto in english||0.57||0.2||1347||90|
|much obliged meaning||0.65||0.1||1274||31|
|much ado about christmas||1.41||0.7||1669||79|
|muchos santa fe||0.06||0.2||846||89|
Much / many. The words much and many mean a lot of. If a noun is in singular, we use much Example: much money.What does much has been written mean?
A large quantity or amount: Much has been written. 2. Something great or remarkable: The campus wasn't much to look at.Is much countable or uncountable?
Much is now generally used with uncountable nouns. The equivalent used with countable nouns is many. In positive contexts, much is widely avoided: I have a lot of money instead of I have much money.What is the opposite of much?
Antonyms for much. inconsequential, inconsiderable, insignificant, little, minor, negligible, slight, small,