English to Swahili Meaning :: many

-ingi
Many :
wengi
- wengi
 

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Adjective(1) 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

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(1) Many errors do not cause harm, but in many ways these are as important as those that do.(2) Over the past few weeks he has appeared in many of the smaller venues where he started out.(3) as many as 20 came to the meeting(4) It was a time when many of his old so-called friends had dropped him like a hot potato.(5) Troy depicts a war fought for the gain of the few and paid for in the blood and tears of the many .(6) At least two of them tend to accompany me on many of my journeys beyond these walls.(7) Cycling can and should be used when possible but for many it is simply not a viable option.(8) the dangers are many(9) I can't believe you'd eat so many biscuits(10) He is also an expert in solar technology and many of the bus stops will run on solar and wind power.(11) Over the years, many of those who used to be members have died or live in care homes.(12) I can warn you now that many of you are not going to like what I'm going to do with the place.(13) how many teachers are there?(14) Worst of all, these were the very questions on the minds of many of the public back home.(15) many of them died(16) The hunt ride was a fixture of the event many years ago, but was reinstated this year.
Related Words
(1) how many ::
ngapi
(2) many thanks ::
shukrani nyingi
(3) too many ::
wengi mno
(4) many times ::
mara nyingi
(5) many people ::
watu wengi
(6) as many as ::
kwa wingi
(7) so many ::
wengi
(8) not many ::
si wengi
(9) how many times ::
mara ngapi
(10) many years ::
miaka mingi
Synonyms
Adjective
1. numerous ::
mbalimbali
3. a lot of ::
mengi ya
4. plenty of ::
mengi ya
5. countless ::
isitoshe
6. innumerable ::
innumerable
7. scores of ::
alama ya
8. crowds of ::
makutano ya
9. droves of ::
makundi ya
10. an army of ::
jeshi la
11. a horde of ::
horde ya
12. a multitude of ::
wingi wa
13. a multiplicity of ::
msururu wa
14. multitudinous ::
multitudinous
15. multiple ::
nyingi
16. untold ::
untold
17. several ::
kadhaa
18. various ::
mbalimbali
19. sundry ::
sundry
20. diverse ::
mbalimbali
21. assorted ::
assorted
22. multifarious ::
multifarious
24. abundant ::
tele
25. profuse ::
achilia
26. an abundance of ::
wingi wa
27. a profusion of ::
maridhawa ya
28. lots of ::
kura ya
29. umpteen ::
umpteen
30. loads of ::
mizigo ya
31. masses of ::
raia wa
32. stacks of ::
mwingi wa
33. scads of ::
scads ya
34. heaps of ::
chungu ya
35. piles of ::
piles ya
36. bags of ::
mifuko ya
37. tons of ::
tani ya
38. oodles of ::
msururu wa
39. dozens of ::
kadhaa wa
40. hundreds of ::
mamia ya
41. thousands of ::
maelfu ya
42. millions of ::
mamilioni ya
43. billions of ::
mabilioni ya
44. zillions of ::
zillions ya
45. gazillions of ::
gazillions ya
46. bajillions of ::
bajillions ya
47. a slew of ::
alimuua ya
48. a boatload of ::
boatload ya
50. myriad ::
elfu kumi
51. divers ::
mbalimbali
Noun
52. people ::
watu
53. common people ::
watu wa kawaida
55. multitude ::
umati
56. populace ::
umma
57. public ::
umma
59. proletariat ::
wafanya kazi
60. mob ::
masaibu
61. hoi polloi ::
hoi polloi
63. riffraff ::
riffraff
64. rabble ::
aki
65. great unwashed ::
najisi kubwa
67. plebs ::
plebs
Antonyms
1. few ::
chache
Different Forms
many
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

How many days in a row must a man
be expected to start his day with ham?

How MANY days in a row must a man be expected to start his day with ham?

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 10


Many of those on the Walk of
Punishment were taken there for less.

Many of those on the Walk of Punishment were taken there for less.

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 3


The Blackfish can\'t help us.
We\'re lucky to have this many men.

The Blackfish can't help us. We're lucky to have this MANY men.

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 9


Have you known many men?

Have you known MANY men?

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 8


so many times.

so MANY times.

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 6


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