from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Many; much: beaucoup money.
- n. An abundance; a lot.
- adv. In abundance; galore: I like that beaucoup.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- much, many, a lot of.
- n. An abundance
- adv. In abundance.
"No," she said, "that is the most like him," taking down a miniature by an Italian artist, "_mais il était beaucoup plus beau -- beaucoup -- beaucoup_."
The humble "pot à lait" hinted that a simple "merci beaucoup" is sometimes all it takes ... to say thanks.
It was in the position near Thiacourt that the battery took possession of a captured German 77, in good condition and with "beaucoup" ammunition stacked around, and turned it against the retreating Huns.
I smiled at some of the terms, as it brought back for me tales told by many friends I know who were in Vietnam for the war - especially "beaucoup," which seemed to be a favorite adopted word.
Colleges push this mis-conception because the government gives them beaucoup bucks per student per class for adult education programs.
After crushing Newt Gingrich in Florida, the nomination for the Republican primary race was written off as a done deal with Romney all but handed the crown and the beaucoup bouquets reserved for winners.
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"If you're spending beaucoup bucks on Yahoo! ads, or running a campaign on MySpace of Facebook, Omniture tells you whether those ads are driving people to your site and ultimately driving sales," he says.
One week and $150 later, I had a crisply tailored console with a custom ribbon border and beaucoup de hidden storage.
Merci beaucoup for helping me dig up some very fond memories!