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mere

adjective /miə/
no more than or no better than
simple, mero
a mere child She would become upset at the merest suggestion of criticism.
merely adverb simply or only
sólo, meramente
I was merely asking a question.
Translations of “mere”
in Korean 단순한…
in Arabic مُجرّد…
in French simple…
in Italian semplice…
in Chinese (Traditional) 只不過的,僅僅的…
in Russian всего лишь, один/одна/одно только…
in Turkish sadece, ancak, yalnız…
in Polish sam…
in Portuguese mero, simples, não mais do que…
in German bloß, rein…
in Catalan mer, simple…
in Japanese たった(少ないことを強調する)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 只不过的,仅仅的…
(Definition of mere from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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