2018년 5월 8일 화요일

Dic:// and then some


─. (Mainly US Informal) and even more
─. and considerably more in addition
─. (spoken informal) used to say that the actual amount is probably a lot more than what someone has just said.

  • It looked like 20,000 people and then some at the demonstration.
  • It cost me a week's salary and then some.
  • "They say he earns $2.5 million a season." "And then some."
─. some: An indefinite additional quantity
─. some: a certain amount (more). In the phrases some more and (informal) and then some.
  • did the assigned work and then some.
..... CALD, WordNet, LDOCE, American Heritage, Collins

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