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scratch/scrape the surface

to deal with only a very small part of a subject or a problem 僅觸及問題的表面 There's far more to be said - I've only had time to scratch the surface in this talk. 要說的還有很多——由於時間關係,這次我只能粗略地談一下。 The amount of aid which has been offered is hardly going to scratch the surface of the problem. 所提供的救援物資很少,對於解決問題只是杯水車薪。 Incomplete
Translations of “scratch/scrape the surface”
in Chinese (Simplified) 仅触及问题的表面…
(Definition of scratch/scrape the surface from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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