- 许多,多的 a large number of
- 许多 a large number
a quantifier that can be used with count nouns and is often preceded by `as' or `too' or `so' or `that'; amounting to a large but indefinite number;
"the temptations are many"
"a good many"
"a great many"
"take as many apples as you like"
"too many clouds to see"
"never saw so many people"
- Many of these substances are innocuous.
- A good many of beggars are blind.
- There are men here from all over the country. Many of them are from the south.
- a good〔great〕 many
- many a
许多a large number of
Letters..of many our contriving friends.出自：Anthony Cleopatra , Shakespeare
We must drink many happy returns to her.出自： Dickens
Many a wistful boy, and maidens..desire it.出自： R. Ellis
In its hope that for many and many a year we may have your very self among us.出自： Browning
She dearly loved..a gentleman at her feet, and many a one..she'd had.出自： A. Wilson
It's going to be many a long day before I get involved.出自： R. Gordon
Errands to be run, phone calls to be made, typing, so many things.出自： M. L. King
There weren't many Cadillacs around in those days.出自： C. Jackson
Like a dome of many-coloured glass.出自： comb.
And space is many-dimensional.出自： A. N. Whitehead