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as much again

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishas much againas much againSAMEan additional amount that is equal The car only cost me £1,500 but it cost as much again to get it insured. much
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as much againBut Catherine, 31, and 56-year-old Fatal Attraction star Michael spent more than half as much again.That could be nearly as much again.The line shot out, half as much again.Social Progress Health spending is half as much again as it was in 1979, after taking account of inflation.This is half as much again as last year.But they want to raise at least as much again for work on related disorders.In school we are spending nearly half as much again, in real terms per pupil, as in 1979.The Government is spending over half as much again more than Labour did when they were last in power.
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