Meaning of MORE in English
adj., n., & adv.
1. existing in a greater or additional quantity, amount, or degree (more problems than last time; bring some more water).
2 greater in degree (more's the pity; the more fool you).
--n. a greater quantity, number, or amount (more than three people; more to it than meets the eye).
1. in a greater degree (do it more carefully).
2 to a greater extent (people like to walk more these days).
3 forming the comparative of adjectives and adverbs, esp. those of more than one syllable (more absurd; more easily).
4 again (once more; never more).
Phrases and idioms:
more and more in an increasing degree. more like it see LIKE(1). more of to a greater extent (more of a poet than a musician). more or less
1. in a greater or less degree.
2 approximately; as an estimate. more so of the same kind to a greater degree.
Etymology: OE mara f. Gmc
Oxford English vocab. Оксфордский английский словарь. 2012