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Más in English

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más más o menos more more or less
más more; most
más plus

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Sample sentences:
Es el más difícil trabajo concebible.

It's the hardest work conceivable.
No es más un soldado, ahora es solamente un civil. He is not a soldier any more; he is just a civilian now.
Parece más despreocupada desde su retiro. He seems more carefree since his retirement.
¿Un poco más? A little more?
lo más probable highly likely
¿Algo más? Anything else?
más liviano lighter (weight)
más fabulosos more fabulous
más famoso most famous
aún más even more
abajo, más abajo below
nunca más never again


Hi Christin, how are you? I am on vacation right now, but you can call me if there are any problems. I am planning to meet my students in the end of next week. I will deliver the message anyway.
This perilous reaction, due to trivial, conventional thinking of us might lead to direct violence or at least to its support. Furthermore it can destroys one's good intensions and qualities.
The American (his name was Jeffrey) meant that this is the hour where usually the price of goods went down as the sellers were under pressure and did not want to return with the product.