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much more   (mucho más)

RAM was now much more simply upgradable via SIMMs.

Other forms of color blindness are much more rare.

This stimulates a much more robust immune response.

more races   (mas razas)

Earnhardt competed in eight more races until 1979.

Papară had participated in a lot more races.

In 34 more races, he finished in the top 10.

even more   (aún más)

This holds even more so with stocks, oil and gold.

These episodes made me long for Elliott even more.

You’d think he would probably need one even more.

more likely   (más como)

This makes it at least , but appears more likely.

They are more likely to be found in wet forests.

The latter is more likely according to Roller.

no more   (no más)

They are small fish, no more than in total length.

There can be no more than 60 AMs at any one time.

It requires no more than a reporter and a laptop.

became more

The situation in BdL became more and more chaotic.

But they became more active as the war progressed.

They "became more Irish than the Irish themselves".

once more   (una vez más)

Strong oppositions shelved the proposal once more.

This brings up the matter of economics once more.

However, the characters become separated once more.

far more   (mucho más)

Dolphins are mentioned far more often than whales.

Historical navies were far more rigid in structure.

He depicts red far more fluidly, yet systematically.

many more

and Backstreet Boys star AJ McLean and many more.)

Some examples of these hymns are , , and many more.

led many more Kentuckians to enlist for the war.

more recent   (más reciente)

The sites have not yielded more recent artifacts.

The more recent plantings include larch and pine.

Some more recent issues are also available at Issuu.

more common   (más común)

It is more common in women (3.8%) than men (2.5%).

It is also more common in less educated Hispanics.

Overall the disease becomes more common with age.

more or less   (más o menos)

The group escapes shaken, but more or less unhurt.

Requisition was nothing more or less than seizure.

However, Bavaria was more or less ruled by Arnulf.

become more   (hacerse mas)

Schools have also become more open to LGBT persons.

Her choices later become more daring and ambitious.

"Part of it is I've just become more libertarian.

more and more   (más y más)

The situation in BdL became more and more chaotic.

It developed more and more into a sort of gay-union.

It’s beginning to look more and more the case…"

more powerful   (mas poderoso)

The Publica SL received this more powerful version.

It makes them all the more powerful and beautiful."

They also installed a more powerful air conditioner.

more difficult   (más difícil)

This made both hitting and fielding more difficult.

The situation in Britain was even more difficult.

Some of the chapters were more difficult to name.

more complex   (mas complejo)

The Moon's appearance is considerably more complex.

The cause of a surface mottling is more complex.

Even more complex is the vision of Valle-Inclán.

more important   (más importante)

He was more important as a teacher than a painter.

This is a list of some of her more important works.

To me, good works are more important than theology."

more time

In 1975 Toluca won the championship one more time.

Van Curtis asked for more time to think about it.

From then on he could devote more time to research.

more commonly   (mas comunmente)

This is more commonly known as orbital resonance.

Some of the more commonly used are listed below.

Microdebris is more commonly referred to as nurdles.

little more   (poco más)

Finishing with 'A little more effort would be nice.

"The Nation" was just a little more vocal about it.

This proved to be little more than a vain hope.

more recently   (más recientemente)

Giordano Bruno was more recently added to the list.

The term has been used more recently in other contexts.

This was used more recently also in monochrome portable TVs.

more often   (más a menudo)

Dolphins are mentioned far more often than whales.

This Indian surname is more often spelt "Duggal".

Pencils were used more often for drawing by 1600.

more popular   (más popular)

Many more popular routes are bolted for top rope.

One of the more popular mopeds by Sparta was the MA 50.

Far more popular was "Bedknobs and Broomsticks" (1971).

more efficient   (más eficiente)

STCs are more efficient and require less maintenance.

Sequencing is much faster and more efficient.

An IIR filter can thus be much more efficient in such cases.

more modern   (más moderno)

The compositions couldn't be more modern, however.

It was brought back in 1989 with a more modern sound.

However, the church has some more modern parts as well.

more than half   (más de la mitad)

After five years, more than half are back inside.

Slow tunes ... make up more than half the 11 tracks.

It spent more than half a year (27 weeks) on the U.S.

more closely   (más cerca)

But in POSIX mode, Bash conforms with POSIX more closely.

Most of issues are solved after looking the rules more closely.

then refine those shapes to more closely resemble the human form.

more effective   (más efectivo)

It is not known which approach is more effective.

Lecithin makes the surfactant mixture more effective.

It was replaced by the more effective Sexton.

more people

Many more people have personal podcasts and vlogs.

Boylston inoculated seven more people by mid-July.

have brought more people to this remote location.

more successful   (más exitoso)

Kournikova was once again, more successful in doubles.

A more successful tactic was to frighten them.

28, although Reddy's version was more successful at No.

more information   (más información)

They will be updated when more information coming.

For more information visit the Woodland Trust page

The Jobcentre refused to give any more information.

more expensive   (más caro)

One cross fitting is more expensive than two tees.

It was sometimes more expensive than plate armour.

CSST is more expensive than “black iron” gas pipe.

several more

He located several more Olmec pieces in the museum.

Francisco was rehired in 2011 for several more years.

"Calvin and Hobbes" has also won several more awards.

more easily   (más fácilmente)

This allows it to absorb solar heat more easily.

They tend to be more easily found in desert landscapes.

In autonomous cars, V can more easily engage in gunplay.

more traditional   (mas tradicional)

This more traditional festival celebrates farming.

Aquavit’s café is distinctly more traditional in its roots.

The Concorde was given a more traditional image than the Vision.

more advanced   (más avanzado)

An English only track is included for more advanced ESL students.

This allows defining functions with a more advanced type behaviour.

"Mutant 2" (1986) was an expansion module with more advanced rules.

more general   (mas general)

This paved the way for more general theorems.

Solutions describing more general black holes also exist.

For more general information see FARC-EP Chain of Command.

becoming more   (convirtiéndose en más)

The region changed a lot, becoming more European.

The colour is red brown becoming more grey with age.

By mid-1984, MDMA use was becoming more noticed.

nothing more   (nada mas)

Requisition was nothing more or less than seizure.

Paul Booker was nothing more than a cheap crook.

If "n" is prime, there is nothing more to prove.

more serious   (mas serio)

In 2004-5 more serious slumping episodes occurred.

A more serious trouble befell him later in the year.

A more serious type of divination is the Kiō-á.

more years

The fourth part moves forward a few more years.

On March 29, 2001, he was re-signed for 4 more years.

Francisco was rehired in 2011 for several more years.

slightly more   (un poco más)

Slovak has slightly more borrowed words than Czech.

It attracted slightly more than 29 million viewers.

However, they are slightly more expensive to build.

more accurate   (más preciso)

This provides the ECU with more accurate data.

The presence or absence of many markers is more accurate.

It is more accurate in 13-limit than 31edo.

becomes more   (se vuelve más)

Overall the disease becomes more common with age.

But she becomes more unstable as the lie escalates.

He becomes more mature as the series progresses.

times more

Marsh also counts the word "nobody" 46 times more.

It is over ten thousand times more luminous than the Sun.

It is approximately 1.35 times more powerful than pure TNT.

more money   (mas dinero)

Every time the player wins, they earn more money.

He took some pictures and asked for more money.

You shall have more money than you will be able to spend!"

more specifically   (más específicamente)

Palatine may also (or more specifically) refer to:

Under Tyndall's leadership, it was more specifically regarded as neo-Nazi.

The MOT studies the history of techniques, more specifically natural power.

more widely   (más ampliamente)

However, the name "Persian" is still more widely used.

The ford is more widely known in English as Jacob's Ford.

Some of his more widely know contributions are listed below.

made more

In 1934, the ball was made more pointed at the ends.

He also noted, "Fouts made more mistakes than Rivers."

Regret that I couldn't have made more films.

more frequently

This Council meets more frequently than the Board.

Quetzals feed more frequently in the midday hours.

Women are more frequently affected than men.

more prominent   (más prominente)

Some of Robert-Fleury's more prominent pupils were:

Foreign affairs became a more prominent issue by 1935.

Bottom-aligned navigation bars are also more prominent.

sold more   (vendido más)

The Game of Life sold more than 50 million copies.

She has sold more than 4,000,000 singles & albums.

He has sold more than 20 million albums worldwide.

more so

This holds even more so with stocks, oil and gold.

But it was even more so for Muslims."

Antenna: Brown except segment 1 yellowish, more so on underside.

more complicated   (más complicado)

However, space"time" as a whole is more complicated.

And yet other more complicated hypotheses exist.

his life becomes more and more complicated.

received more   (recibió más)

The petition received more than 30,000 signatures.

It has received more than 9 million YouTube views.

The mixtape received more than 700,000 downloads.

more generally

This remark holds more generally in any semigroup with zero.

However, more generally places saw maximum temperatures between and .

(Slightly more generally, this is true for an upper semicontinuous function.)

more detailed   (más detallado)

See SOAPjr Specs for a more detailed description.

One of the more detailed ones is www.uboat.net.

(See "The Wonder Years" article for more detailed information.)

more than once   (mas de una vez)

Its publication was interrupted more than once.

The Amigos occupied the clinic more than once.

Unlike malaria, it cannot be contracted more than once.

few more

and a few more fellahin huts south of the stream.

They released a few more singles and split in 1987.

The fourth part moves forward a few more years.

more commonly known

This is more commonly known as orbital resonance.

He was more commonly known as Sam Buss in scorecards.

This demographic is more commonly known as Generation Z elsewhere.

more times

Santana fought three more times and retired in 1999.

The Woolrich's story has been adapted three more times:

They played two more times in 1913 and 1914.

more sophisticated   (más sofisticado)

Safety equipment become more sophisticated.

Proni frequently introduced new, more sophisticated designs.

The book is somewhat more sophisticated in content than "CDB!

significantly more   (significativamente más)

The community consists of significantly more men than women.

The Chickasha robbery was not significantly more successful.

Nevertheless, Benvenuto left behind significantly more works.

more positive   (más positivo)

Still others had a more positive view of the title.

Most reviews of Walcott's work are more positive.

The next season proved to be more positive and Sh.S.

more conservative   (más conservador)

Unlike in more conservative Germanic languages (e.g.

Until then, his political views had been more conservative.

Thereafter, it continued to develop in a more conservative manner.

more interested   (más interesado)

However, Stu is more interested in dating her instead.

However, Betty is more interested in Brooks, Jimmy's butler.

He eventually dropped out as he was more interested in acting.

more accessible   (más accesible)

This made the valley more accessible and popular to tourists.

More focus was on the more accessible and fertile coastal areas.

The treatment of aneurysms was thus made more accessible and safe.

more active

But they became more active as the war progressed.

Herbie Rich now played a more active part on the album.

Richmond became more active in the field in "Vengeance".

more aggressive   (más agresivo)

The larger the individual, the more aggressive it gets.

First, the first-instar soldiers tend to be more aggressive.

Males in musth become more aggressive.

more famous   (más famoso)

Anyway, the concept of Lord Murugan is more famous.

The finale contains one of Haydn's more famous jokes.

One of its more famous products is a Bordeaux-type red.

more quickly   (mas rapido)

Some people will recover more quickly than others.

Newer materials are available that set more quickly.

The lack of a slider enables the parachute to open more quickly.

spend more   (gasta mas)

He retired in order to spend more time with his family.

So, he sought to stop working and spend more time on things he enjoyed.

Bozetta quit the role in late 1998 to spend more time with her daughter.

provide more   (proporcionar más)

External SCSI cabinets could be used to provide more storage.

They can provide more individualized attention to their students.

It also replaced the cathedral's high windows to provide more light.

more frequent   (mas frecuente)

Labour shortages proved a more frequent problem.

In practice "laísmo" is more frequent than "loísmo".

However, leaks have become more frequent since 2014.

not more

By 1999 there were not more than 400 Bukhara deer.

While the building is long, it is not more than wide.

a store) and not more than $1.00 is charged.)

lot more   (mucho más)

But it is a moment that foresaw a whole lot more".

Like she’s hitting a lot more winners than did I.

I wish I could say that about a lot more people."

more severe   (más severo)

If the condition is more severe, it may take many years.

He had a more severe one a few days later.

Floods became more common and more severe.

more than ten   (más de diez)

She has appeared in more than ten films since 2009.

It has been translated into more than ten languages.

She appeared in more than ten films since 2012.

more stable   (mas estable)

In this period, settlement became more stable.

Rhombic sulfur is the more stable of the two allotropes.

Clearly, the mean is more stable and there is less overfit.

more than twenty   (más de veinte)

She appeared in more than twenty films since 2003.

He appeared in more than twenty films since 2000.

She has been making films for more than twenty years.

more power

Still at , it produced more power across the range.

He was a strong supporter of giving more power to the King.

Over time the Qing government exerted more power over Korea.

more than just   (más que sólo)

Maradona was more than just a great footballer.

Ants use pheromones for more than just making trails.

The animals provided much more than just food.

learn more   (aprende más)

He is quickly pulled back to reality before he can learn more.

He vows to learn more about the house and its overgrown garden.

questions like, "what would you like to learn more about this idea?"

more open   (Más abierto)

Schools have also become more open to LGBT persons.

People are more open to what independent means."

Eventually Joseph's tomb was once more open to visits.

more specific   (mas especifico)

Here is a more specific statement to this effect.

The role both expanded and became more specific.

Their collection then takes on a more specific focus.

more extensive   (mas extenso)

underwent more extensive internal diversification.

A more extensive bibliography may be found in Onians.

Dawn redwoods were far more extensive as well.

more direct   (mas directo)

There is also a more direct construction which we give below.

Even more direct bribery was a factor.

Agriculture throughout the reserve poses a more direct threat.

more conventional   (mas convencional)

At the rear of the building are more conventional offices.

On later versions more conventional toe brakes were installed.

The 1886 World Series was more conventional, and was won by the Browns.

more accurately   (con más precisión)

All of them are more accurately termed "the Praenestine cistae".

It became part of West Francia in 843, and more accurately part of Neustria.

Despite the connotation of its name, it is more accurately described as ""curling"".

more attention   (mas atencion)

People should pay PewDiePie more attention."

Since 1990s, she has been paying more attention to issues of aesthetics.

His wish was carried out and this brought more attention to pecan trees.

larger and more   (más grande y más)

Female is much larger and more robust than the male.

With and , it is both larger and more massive than the Sun.

Natal dens are usually larger and more complex than diurnal dens.

bit more   (un poco más)

I just need to wait, think about things a bit more.

It might be a bit more trouble than its worth".

It is situated a bit more than far from the mainland.

more comfortable   (más cómodo)

The S-version had a bigger engine and a more comfortable cab.

A single floor is more comfortable, but more expensive in land.

Lenders, meanwhile, are growing more comfortable extending loans.

considerably more   (considerablemente más)

The Moon's appearance is considerably more complex.

The psychological blow to the Romans was considerably more painful.

'Rheiny' did considerably more.

more realistic   (más realista)

A more realistic translation might be 'pool' or 'pond'.

This would also help to make the action appear more realistic.

Subsequent experiments were based on more realistic situations.

get more

Of course the kids are going to get more disruptive."

No team can get more than 5 points in a match.

He contacts Barry to get more information on Roy Verhagen.

more points

Purdue added 10 more points in the fourth quarter.

The faster this is done, the more points are earned.

Smaller asteroids are also worth more points.

more suitable   (mas apropiado)

Lytic phages are more suitable for phage therapy.

Good quality cages designed for pet birds are more suitable.

That is more suitable that you may not incline [to injustice]."

published more

She has published more than 100 scholarly works.

She has now published more than a dozen major works.

To date, she has published more than 100 books and articles.