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況してや, ましてや

  • mashiteya


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

  • much less
  • to say nothing of

Examples of 況してや,ましてや in a Sentence

I can't play the guitar, much less the violin.
She can't speak English, much less French.
He can speak French, still more English.
The appropriation is pin-money; it wouldn't be enough even to build a gym, much less build the administration building.
He can't speak English, much less French.
I can't afford to buy a used car, much less a new car.
I can't even speak English very well, much less Spanish.
He can speak French, and obviously English.
I have no intention of lending this watch to anyone, much less parting with it.
She can speak Spanish, much more English.

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