as much as possible

as much as possible
adverb
to a feasible extent (Freq. 3)
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she helped him as much as possible

Syn: ↑as far as possible

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as soon/quickly/much/etc as possible phrase
as soon, as quickly, as much etc as you can

Get as much information as possible.

Hold your breath for as long as possible.

Thesaurus: very and very muchsynonym as much as possiblesynonym
Main entry: possible

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as quickly, much, soon, etc. as ˈpossible idiom
as quickly, much, soon, etc. as you can

We will get your order to you as soon as possible.

Try to give as much detail as possible in your answer.

Main entry:possibleidiom

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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