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From many (adjadjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house."):
more
adj comparative
most
adj superlative
From much (adjadjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house."):
more
adj comparative
most
adj superlative
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

most

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adv
  1. is the most popular [product, movie]
  2. the most popular kid in the [school, class]
  3. the most recent time that I [went, saw, tried]
  4. will most likely [go]
  5. is the most important thing to me
  6. most [viewed, visited] links
  7. most wanted criminals
  8. is the most [beautiful, amazing] [thing] that I have ever seen
  9. it's a most [puzzling, difficult, mysterious] case
  10. but most importantly
  11. UK: is most suspicious
  12. UK: was most [upset, alarmed] to [discover, find]
adj
  1. in most cases
  2. has the single most [visitors, copies]
  3. received the most [votes, points, praise]
  4. the [one, contestant, person] with the most [points, votes] wins
  5. the [one] with the most [points] is the winner
  6. most treatments are [harmless, successful, short]
pron
  1. most of the time
  2. most of the [candidates, students] passed
  3. most of us [are, have, never]
  4. as most of you [know, are aware]
  5. is [better, faster, nicer] than most
n
  1. make the most of the [time, opportunity, visit]
  2. make the most of a [bad, unfortunate] situation
  3. make the most of what [you have, nature has given you]
  4. the most I can [expect, hope for] is
  5. the most this [room, hall, venue] can seat is [200]
  6. whoever [gets, scores, has] the most (wins)
  7. [five] [miles, minutes, dollars] at the most
  8. the host with the most
  9. thought her [teacher, boyfriend, brother] was the most
additional examples
  1. make the most of the [time, opportunity, visit]
  2. is the most popular [product, movie]
  3. make the most of a [bad, unfortunate] situation
  4. the most popular kid in the [school, class]
  5. make the most of what [you have, nature has given you]
  6. the most recent time that I [went, saw, tried]
  7. the most I can [expect, hope for] is
  8. will most likely [go]
  9. the most this [room, hall, venue] can seat is [200]
  10. is the most important thing to me
  11. whoever [gets, scores, has] the most (wins)
  12. in most cases
  13. [five] [miles, minutes, dollars] at the most
  14. [yes, is] for the most part
  15. the host with the most
  16. most [viewed, visited] links
  17. thought her [teacher, boyfriend, brother] was the most
  18. most wanted criminals
  19. is the most [beautiful, amazing] [thing] that I have ever seen
  20. it's a most [puzzling, difficult, mysterious] case
  21. has the single most [visitors, copies]
  22. received the most [votes, points, praise]
  23. the [one, contestant, person] with the most [points, votes] wins
  24. the [one] with the most [points] is the winner
  25. most of the time
  26. most of the [candidates, students] passed
  27. most of us [are, have, never]
  28. as most of you [know, are aware]
  29. most treatments are [harmless, successful, short]
  30. but most importantly
  31. is [better, faster, nicer] than most
  32. UK: is most suspicious
  33. UK: was most [upset, alarmed] to [discover, find]
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

many

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. many [people] [prefer, enjoy, disagree]
  2. for many [years, generations, decades]
  3. many [years] [ago, before]
  4. many moons ago
  5. many times we [go, try, do]
  6. many a time (I have)
  7. many miles from [here, home]
  8. many thanks for (the)
  9. were many [people, students, attendees] there
  10. are many [types, styles, kinds] of
  11. are many ways to (write a novel)
  12. there were too many [people, fans]
  13. has many [features, uses, facets]
  14. had too many [drinks, beers]
  15. that is too many
  16. unlike many others
pron
  1. many have [attempted, been, tried] before
  2. not many have [done, succeeded, tried]
  3. many of them were [poor, lost]
  4. UK: many's the time [I have, I've]
  5. (there are) many among us (who)
  6. not many [of, among] us can [say, claim]
  7. how many do you want?
  8. take as many as you [want, need]
  9. is [good, fine, ok] for many, but
  10. unlike many, I (do not)
additional examples
  1. many have [attempted, been, tried] before
  2. not many have [done, succeeded, tried]
  3. many [people] [prefer, enjoy, disagree]
  4. many of them were [poor, lost]
  5. for many [years, generations, decades]
  6. many [years] [ago, before]
  7. many moons ago
  8. many times we [go, try, do]
  9. many a time (I have)
  10. UK: many's the time [I have, I've]
  11. many miles from [here, home]
  12. many thanks for (the)
  13. were many [people, students, attendees] there
  14. are many [types, styles, kinds] of
  15. are many ways to (write a novel)
  16. (there are) many among us (who)
  17. not many [of, among] us can [say, claim]
  18. there were too many [people, fans]
  19. has many [features, uses, facets]
  20. had too many [drinks, beers]
  21. that is too many
  22. too many to [mention, count]
  23. are not many [left, options, available]
  24. how many do you want?
  25. how many more days (is it) [till, 'til, until]
  26. take as many as you [want, need]
  27. is [good, fine, ok] for many, but
  28. unlike many others
  29. unlike many, I (do not)
  30. and (many,) many more
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

much

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adv
  1. she's very much like [you, my sister]
  2. do not [know, care] much about
  3. is much more than
  4. and (much,) much more
  5. is much [higher, more expensive, faster, better] than
  6. feel much [worse, better]
  7. [is, has been] much maligned
  8. can't take much more (of this)
  9. doesn't like it (very) much
  10. thank you very much
  11. have done so much (for)
  12. and much good it did me
  13. (and) that's pretty much [it, all, everything]
  14. much as he wants to, he won't
adj
  1. it isn't much, but
  2. was not much like
  3. [spent, wasted] too much [money, time]
  4. don't remember much [from, about]
  5. do not have much time [to, for]
  6. nothing much
additional examples
  1. it isn't much, but
  2. was not much like
  3. she's very much like [you, my sister]
  4. do not [know, care] much about
  5. had way too much to [eat, drink]
  6. [spent, wasted] too much [money, time]
  7. don't remember much [from, about]
  8. do not have much time [to, for]
  9. as much as possible
  10. is much more than
  11. and (much,) much more
  12. is much [higher, more expensive, faster, better] than
  13. feel much [worse, better]
  14. is as much a part of the [family, class, team] as
  15. UK: are much of a muchness
  16. a much-needed [massage, vacation]
  17. our much-missed [colleague, father, friend]
  18. the much-maligned [leader, traffic warden, vampire bat]
  19. [is, has been] much maligned
  20. much to my [surprise, disgust]
  21. nothing much
  22. I'm not up to much
  23. can't take much more (of this)
  24. do not have much in common (with)
  25. (not) [have, find] much to say [to him, about it]
  26. doesn't like it (very) much
  27. thank you very much
  28. there is much to [admire, like, say] about
  29. there is much to [admire] in
  30. there is (not) much to [do, prepare, finish]
  31. there is not much that [you can do, can be done] about it
  32. have done so much (for)
  33. and much good it did me
  34. (and) that's pretty much [it, all, everything]
  35. much as he wants to, he won't
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