As a Verb or Adjective
1. Of something, to be of a greater number or amount than something else. English = (be) more.
1. Used immediately before an adjective to form a comparative. This pattern is the only comparative structure in Auslan and English adjectives that take 'er' in the comparative only take 'more' in Auslan.
2. Used to introduce additional piece of information which supports or emphasises the point you are making. English = What is more...