Definition of so much so that in English:

so much so that

phrase

  • To such an extent that.

    ‘I was fascinated by the company, so much so that I wrote a book about it’
    • ‘It's much easier doing this job on a proper bench, so much so that even I can manage it reasonably speedily.’
    • ‘The noodles were starchy and overcooked, so much so that in places they had welded together into a solid lump.’
    • ‘The soup is excellent, so much so that on a recent visit my companion had two bowls.’
    • ‘Her quick pace was marked with urgency, so much so that even her escorts had to match her stride.’
    • ‘The town had agreed with her, so much so that nearly everyone he knew had signed the letter.’
    • ‘My hay fever has been particularly bad this morning, so much so that I had to take a triple dose of my usual antihistamines.’
    • ‘The bread was tough, so much so that she left a substantial portion.’
    • ‘It was unexpectedly funny, so much so that I actually wept with laughter at one point.’
    • ‘The helping of fish was extremely generous, so much so that Ann passed some of it to me with almost half the baguette.’
    • ‘A sombre mood dominates, so much so that it leaks into the two upbeat tracks.’