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the vast majority (of something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe vast majority (of something)the vast majority (of something)MOSTused when you want to emphasize that something is true about almost all of a group of people or things The vast majority of books on the subject are complete rubbish. vast
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the vast majority (of something)However, the vast majority of fans interviewed before the Tampa Bay game were angry, disappointed or a combination of both.But a young princess can seduce the vast majority of men.Disability and age While the vast majority of older people are able to live independently, significant minorities experience considerable difficulties.For the vast majority of people, getting enough fat is nothing to worry about.To operate the program in this manner would therefore be pointless, since the vast majority of results would remain undecided.Once the excavation is over, the vast majority of sites revert to the anonymity that they possessed before it started.The vast majority of the immigrants have settled in the inner cities.The low proportion with an acquittal outcome probably reflects that the vast majority of these cases involve a guilty plea.That's why the vast majority of users are attracted to Microsoft Windows by its very simplicity.
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