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 Dictionary entry overview: What does a lot mean? 

A LOT (adverb)
  The adverb A LOT has 1 sense:

1. to a very great degree or extent

  Familiarity information: A LOT used as an adverb is very rare.

 Dictionary entry details 

A LOT (adverb)

Sense 1a lot [BACK TO TOP]


To a very great degree or extent


a good deal; a great deal; a lot; very much; much

Context examples:

we enjoyed ourselves very much / she was very much interested / this would help a great deal

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