Many more to come meaning in English | Easy explanation | Indian dictionary

Many more to come meaning in English: In this article, the meaning of ‘Many more to come’ is explained in easy English with examples, along with its synonyms and antonyms.

Many more to come’ pronunciation= meni mor to kam

Many more to come meaning in English

We can use the sentence “Many more to come” in different ways.

1. ‘Many more to come’ means “there is still something more to happen with you in the future or is yet to come towards you (which can be good or bad).”

▪ You just faced a few failures in life and still, there are many more to come.

▪ 5 years of a happy and prosperous life and many more to come.

2. ‘Many more to come’ is associated with wishing someone on a special occasion.

▪ Happy birthday and many more to come.

▪ Congratulation on the promotion and many more to come.

Many more to come- English meaning
there is much more to come
there’s still more to come
more is yet to come

Many more to come-Examples

▪ Many more years to come.

▪ Many more are yet to come.

▪ Many more laurels are to come.

▪ Many more successes to come.

▪ Wish you many more to come.

▪ Have a wonderful happy healthy birthday and many more to come.

▪ May you have many more to come.

▪ Happy birthday and many more to come.

▪ Many more memories to come.

▪ Many more to come on your way.

▪ Many more to come yet.

▪ Many more to come together.

▪ Many more to come or go.

▪ Many more to come to reply.

▪ Many more to come ahead.

▪ Many more to come success.

▪ Many more to come in the next week.

▪ Cheers to many more years to come.

More to come-Synonym

Synonyms of “More to come” are as follows.

anticipated
expected
forthcoming
foreseen
future
oncoming
about to happen
prospective

More to come-Antonyms

Antonyms of “More to come” are as follows.

away
distant
gone
past

 

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