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何ら, 何等, なんら, なにら

  • nanra,nanira

Definition

adverb (fukushi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • whatever
  • what
  • what sort of
  • any kind of

Definition

  • nothing whatever (with neg. verb)

Examples of 何ら,何等,なんら,なにら in a Sentence

今までところは、何ら結果得ていない。
The old place has not obtained the result at all.
No blame attaches to him for the accident.
はその不正事件何ら関わりなかった
He had no part in the scandal.
You may rest assured; I have no ulterior motive in making this donation.
No blame attaches to his conduct.
There is no disgrace in being poor.
As far as I know, there is nothing wrong with his plan.
Aspirin has no effect on the blood pressure.
He could not perceive any difference between the twins.

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