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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “by no stretch of the imagination”

by no stretch of the imagination

(also not by any stretch of the imagination)
used to describe things that are impossible to believe, even with a lot of effort
無論如何也難以相信
By no stretch of the imagination could he be seriously described as an artist.
無論如何也難以相信人們會認真稱他為藝術家。
Not believable
(Definition of by no stretch of the imagination from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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