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mucho

1. adjective A large amount of (something). Adapted from literal translation from Spanish ("much"). You are gonna be in mucho trouble if Mom and Dad find out about this. You can earn mucho bucks in this job if you're willing to put in the work.
2. adverb Extremely. That party was mucho fun, dude.

mucho

(ˈmutʃo)
mod. very. (Spanish.) This is a mucho happy young man.
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The victory extended PetroGazz's win run to three for an overall 4-2 card in a tie with BanKo-Perlas while dealing Choco Mucho its third straight defeat after going 2-1 in its first three matches in its debut stint in the league organized by Sports Vision.
In the other pairing, PetroGazz seeks to follow up its 25-16, 25-20, 25-23 win over Air Force with Cherry Nunag and Jovielyn Prado leading the squad, while Choco Mucho is out to check a two-game slide.
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MUCHO MACHO MAN is Ladbrokes' 4-6 favourite to be crowned America's Horse Of The Year for 2013 after his tear-jerking victory in the Breeders' Cup Classic at Santa Anita on Saturday.
The Wests will open their second DickieJo's next month at Valley River Station, next to another of their restaurants, Mucho Gusto Mexican Kitchen.