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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “not half”

not half

UK informal
used in spoken English to express a positive statement more strongly
(加強肯定語氣的口語表達)非常,很
It wasn't half crowded in the club last night (= It was very crowded).
俱樂部昨天晚上人滿爲患。
She didn't half shout at him (= She shouted a lot at him)!
她衝著他大喊大叫!
"You enjoyed yourself last night, didn't you?" "Not half (= Very much)!"
「你昨晚玩得很開心,是不是?」「非常開心!」
Intensifying expressions
(Definition of not half from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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