Much the same.
From those to whom much has been given much is expected.
The campus wasn't much to look at.
Do you dine out much?
Much to be done.
Not much to look at.
I don't like fish much.
He is much fatter than I remember him.
He left her, much to the satisfaction of her other suitor.
Does he get drunk much?
An example of much used as an adverb is someone saying they much more money, meaning they make a lot more money, than they used to.
Not much rain; much affection.
Much has been written.
Doesn't get out much.
Much the same as yesterday.
- Almost the same:.I thought as much. She said as much.
- Somewhat excessive.
- Virtually the same thing.I thought as much; she said as much.
- To the degree that.
- Practically; virtually; in effect.
- To treat or consider as of great importance.
- Almost as.
- However; although.
- Not particularly good as a.
Origin of much
- Middle English muche short for muchel from Old English mycel meg- in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition