What does even more mean?
Then, what does even more so mean?
'Even more so' describes the fact while X is Z, Y is also Z, and that Y is a lot more Z than X is. In comparison to 'more so', 'even more so' emphasises the fact, and its importance as a point. In comparison to 'more so', 'even more so' emphasises the fact, and its importance as a point.
Furthermore, is it more so or moreso? Moreso and more so are both correct, but in different contexts. Example: Anna's performance was good, but Emma's more so. In this example, the "so" in more so relates back to the statement of the quality of Anna's performance.
Just so, how do you say even more?
- all the more. exp. , idi. , adv.
- further. adv. , adj.
- still greater. exp.
- even greater. exp.
- yet more. exp. , adv.
- still more. exp. , adv.
- furthermore. adv.
- even higher. exp.
What does even better mean?
even better means the thing you are comparing it to is good, but what you are describing is very good. use as often as you want. '