What part of speech is “more-than”

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as an adverbial phrase, 'more than' can modify a verb, adjective, or other adverbs to indicate an action done to a great extent or degree.

used to emphasize the degree or quality of an action, condition, or feeling. It can be used to intensify the meaning of certain adjectives or adverbs.

I am more than willing to help you with your project.

He was more than happy to receive the award.

The news was more than surprising.

ensure that the phrase 'more than' is necessary for emphasis. Overusing it can dilute its impact. Avoid using 'more than' with adjectives where it doesn't make logical sense. For instance, 'more than perfect' is illogical since 'perfect' is an absolute state.

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