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more with person, thing, etc. than with others, or more in particular circumstances than in others
More determiner, pronoun
(used as the comparative of ‘much’, ‘a lot of’, ‘many’) more (something/of something) (than…) a larger number or amount of
In the above definitions, I have not understood more with ... than with others what does it mean in the following examples:
- The car is quite small, especially if you have children.
- Teenagers are very fashion conscious, especially girls.
- I love Rome, especially in the spring.