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殆どない, ほとんどない

  • hotondonai


Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.)

  • almost never
  • few and far between
  • little or nothing
  • hardly any
  • hardly anything at all
  • very little

Examples of 殆どない,ほとんどない in a Sentence

There is little room for doubt.
I have little time to read.
We hardly have time to eat breakfast.
There is little possibility that she will be elected.
There's very little pure blood in any nation now.
There is little hope of her getting well soon.
Although they are twins, they have few interests in common.
There is little, if any, risk in this matter.
There is little, if any, hope of his recovery.
John has hardly ever gone to bed before midnight.

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