English version

think/say etc as much

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthink/say etc as muchthink/say etc as muchSAYTHINK/HAVE THE OPINION THATto think or say the thing that has just been mentioned Carson strongly disapproved of the plan and said as much at the meeting. ‘Max was lying all the time.’ ‘ I thought as much.’ much
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think/say etc as muchEven the defense attorneys who went up against him said as much.The women stood in silence, glad of each other's presence and without the need to say as much.Archaeological analyses say as much about the interpreters as about the extinct cultures.They will do and say as much as they dare, to get the client's money.Kennedy said as much in the summer of 1961, when he met Khrushchev in Vienna.He said as much to Katherine on their second evening together.He felt convinced that Aeneas was the son-in-law Faunus had predicted, and he said as much to the envoys.He said as much when he finally let things loose.
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