Meaning of more than in English:

more than

phrase

  • Extremely (used before an adjective conveying a positive feeling or attitude)

    ‘she is more than happy to oblige’
    • ‘McNamara was one of several who proved a more than able deputy for an injured colleague.’
    • ‘We'd be more than happy to come and pick them up.’
    • ‘At five o'clock the next day, I was more than ready to go home.’
    • ‘An instructor is available to deal with all grades, new members are more than welcome.’