# Twice+as+much

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**Twice as Much**— Origin London, England Genres Pop music, psychedelic pop Instruments Vocal duo Years active 1966–1968 …2

**Twice as Much**— Chartplatzierungen Erklärung der Daten Singles Sittin’ on a Fence UK 25 16.06.1966 …3

**twice as much**— two times the amount, double the amount …4

**twice as much again**— half/twice/etc as much again phrase used for comparing two amounts and saying how much more one amount is than the other A house in London costs half as much again as a house in Edinburgh. Thesaurus: ways of comparing thingssynonym Main entry:… …5

**much**— [ mʌtʃ ] (comparative more [ mɔr ] ; superlative most [ moust ] ) function word, quantifier *** Much can be used in the following ways: as a determiner (followed by an uncountable noun): There isn t much time left. How much money do you have? as… …6

**twice**— /twaɪs / (say twuys) adverb 1. two times, as in succession; on two occasions: I asked him twice; write twice a week. 2. in twofold quantity or degree; doubly: twice as much. –phrase 3. look twice, Colloquial a. to pay greater attention, as to… …7

**twice**— /twuys/, adv. 1. two times, as in succession: Write twice a week. 2. on two occasions; in two instances: I phoned him twice. 3. in twofold quantity or degree; in double the amount or degree: twice as much. [bef. 1150; ME twies, equiv. to twie… …8

**twice**— adverb Etymology: Middle English twiges, twies, from Old English twiga; akin to Old English twi Date: 12th century 1. on two occasions < twice absent > 2. two times ; in doubled quantity or degree < twice two is four > < twice as much > …9

**much**— Nui. Also: lau, lua, hālau, kūwaluwalu, makawalu, mākena, oe, oki. ♦ Very much, nui ino, nui hewahewa, nui loa, kai! ♦ How much? Ehia? ♦ No matter how much, ehia. ♦ Twice as much, pāpālua. ♦ We have much to do, nui loa kā kāua… …10

**twice**— Pālua, lua, elua, alua, elua manawa, kualua. See ex., pālua. To do twice, ho olua. Twice as much, pāpālua …11

**twice**— [twaıs] adv, predeterminer [: Old English; Origin: twiga] 1.) two times ▪ He was questioned by police twice yesterday. twice a day/week/year etc (=two times in the same day, week etc) ▪ Letters were delivered twice a week only. ▪ None of our… …12

**twice**— [twīs] adv. [ME twies < OE twiges < twiga, twice, akin to twa, TWO + es, gen. sing. ending] 1. on two occasions or in two instances 2. two times 3. two times as much or as many; twofold; doubly …13

**twice**— [[t]twa͟ɪs[/t]] ♦ 1) ADV: ADV with v, ADV adv, ADV n If something happens twice, there are two actions or events of the same kind. He visited me twice that fall and called me on the telephone often... The government has twice declined to back the …14

**Twice Upon a Rhyme**— Infobox Album | Name = Twice Upon a Rhyme Type = Album Artist = Paul Levinson with Ed Fox and Peter Rosenthal Released = 1972 Recorded = 1969 1971 at various studios in New York. Genre = Folk rock, Psych folk Length = 51:05 Label = HappySad… …15

**Twice Removed from Yesterday**— Infobox Album Name = Twice Removed from Yesterday Type = studio Artist = Robin Trower Released = Start date|1973 Recorded = Genre = Blues, rock Length = Label = Chrysalis/Capitol Producer = Matthew Fisher Reviews = *Allmusic Rating|4|5… …16

**twice as many**— two times as much, double …17

**as much**— pronoun : nearly the same * * * as much 1. The same 2. Just that • • • Main Entry: ↑as * * * as much phrase an amount equal to a particular amount of something I thought New York was expensive, but it costs just as much to live here in Paris …18

**as much**— an amount equal to a particular amount of something I thought New York was expensive, but it costs just as much to live here in Paris. as much (as someone/something): Why are you complaining? You have as much as Sharon. as much something as: We… …19

**as much again**— idi twice as much …20

**You Only Move Twice**— The Simpsons episode Scorpio threatens Mr. Bont while Homer stands in the background completely oblivious. Episode no. 155 …