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hardlyadverb

  • jaほとんど、でない
  • enonly just; almost not; not at all

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I hardly know anything about them.
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Every time I bring them up, Nick changes the subject.
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Maybe his parents are poor and he has to send them money.
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When I was your age, there was hardly any technology other than the telephone.
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- So there's no phones that you can play on? - No.
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You seem hardly to have aged at all.
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How incredibly rude.
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One never discusses a woman's age, Michael.
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Oh, Josh is in town.
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He's coming for dinner.
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Why?
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He's your stepbrother!
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You were hardly even married to his mother.
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And that was 5 years ago.
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You're not only coaches, you're also role models.
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I would hardly call what he does "coaching."
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Wow, excellent role modelling.
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You made us sit down and listen to this story about how you met mom.
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Yet mom’s hardly in the story.
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Steph, will you marry me?
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- Yeah! - Absolutely not!
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- Daddy! - Greg.
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What do you think you're doing?
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You hardly know him!
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Keep going.
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That's— that's almost completely covered.
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I can hardly see you.
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I'll be your first customer!
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You're hardly my first!
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That's what she said!