Bedeutung von “hardly” — Learner’s Dictionary

hardly

adverb us uk /ˈhɑːdli/
Extra Examples
The print's so small in this book that I can hardly read it.He hardly ever drives the car. It just sits in the garage.The money he received was hardly enough to live on.We hardly ever go out these days.He could hardly control his anger.
NOT MUCH

B1 almost not, or only a very small amount:

I was so tired that I could hardly walk.
We've hardly ever spoken to each other.
There's hardly any food left in the fridge.
NOT LIKELY

B2 used to emphasize that you think something is not likely, true, possible, etc:

I hardly think she'll want to talk to me now that I have a new girlfriend.

(Definition von “hardly” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)