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Translation of "hardly" - English-Spanish dictionary

hardly

adverb   /ˈhɑːd·li/
B1 almost not, or only a very small amount apenas I was so tired that I could hardly walk. There’s hardly any food left in the fridge.
certainly not no, ¡qué va! It’s hardly my fault that it’s raining!
(Definition of hardly from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hardly

adverb /ˈhaːdli/
almost no, none, never etc apenas Hardly anybody goes to that club nowadays I hardly ever go out.
only just; almost not apenas, casi My feet are so sore, I can hardly walk I had hardly got on my bicycle when I got a puncture.
probably not difícilmente He’s hardly likely to forgive you after what you said about him.
(Definition of hardly from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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