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況して, まして

  • mashite


Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), adverb (fukushi)

  • still more
  • to say nothing of
  • not to mention


  • still less (with neg. verb)

Examples of 況して,まして in a Sentence

Mary can't even read French, much less speak it.
You can see the stars with your naked eye, and even better through a telescope.
Above all, I want to be healthy.
He can't run his own family, let alone a nation!
He is not a teacher, much less a scholar.
I can't speak English, much less German.
She can speak French, and is even better at English.
He cannot afford to buy a car, much less a house.
He cannot speak English, much less French.
She speaks French, much more English.

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