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A Labour peer has raked in more than £600000 from a firm owned by a Russian oligarch
Grow Rich in More Than Money
The Danube rose to its highest level in more than a century on Saturday
The Evergreen State in more than name
What does in more than mean?
"In more" doesn't mean anything by itself. You have to attach the "in" or the "more" to other words in the sentence. The quotes below show the attachments:
1) The peer has "raked in" more than 600,000 pounds. Has earned, has been paid, has stolen, etc.
2) grow rich in "more than money" -- Grow rich, not just in terms of how much money you have, but in other ways: happiness, enlightenment, etc...
3) highest level in "more than a century" -- it hasn't risen this high for over 100 years.
4) The Evergreen State in "more than name" -- not just in the slogan it gives itself, but in reality: could have many evergreen trees, or, in addition, have an "evergreen" -- always fresh, vivacious, active -- population, economy, etc.