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何もない, 何も無い, なにもない

  • nanimonai


Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), adjective (keiyoushi)

  • nothing
  • empty

Examples of 何もない,何も無い,なにもない in a Sentence

There is nothing to hinder me.
The workers have no incentive to work harder.
I have nothing to do today.
There is nothing for you to be angry about.
There is no need to be ashamed of confessing one's mistakes.
Many men nowadays seem to have the feeling that in vast modern societies there is nothing of importance that the individual can do.
There's nothing to be afraid of.
Nothing is missing.
There remains nothing to be desired.
Thirdly, if you don't put in the effort and challenge difficult things, there is nothing in the world at which you will succeed.

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