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  1. Casiopea's Avatar

    • Join Date: Sep 2003
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    Quote Originally Posted by jack

    If I am in doubt and I look up the dictionary, I would use "many" if the word has an -s right? If the word doesn't have an -s, does that mean it cannot be plural? Which means that I canno use 'many' with the word right?

    I looked the word 'money' up at

    1. Sums of money, especially of a specified nature. Often used in the plural: state tax moneys; monies set aside for research and development.

    I don't get the bold part? How does it make money plural?
    monies/moneys, specifically in Business, refers to sums of money directed to/from more than one source. :D

    • Join Date: Jun 2004
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    I didn't know this one


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