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Translation of "scarcely" - English-Turkish dictionary

scarcely

adverb
 
 
/ˈskeəsli/
only just
ancak, hemen hemen hiç, henüz
They had scarcely finished eating when the doorbell rang.Merely and barelyAlmost
can scarcely do sth If you say you can scarcely do something, you mean it would be wrong to do it.
yalnızca ...yapabilir; sadece şunu/bunu yapabilir
He's only two - you can scarcely blame him for behaving badly.Impossible and improbable
Translations of “scarcely”
in Korean 거의-하지 않는…
in Arabic قَلَّما…
in Portuguese quase não, mal, apenas…
in Catalan a penes…
in Japanese かろうじて…
in Italian appena…
in Chinese (Traditional) 剛剛, 勉強, 幾乎不…
in Russian едва…
in Chinese (Simplified) 刚刚, 勉强, 几乎不…
in Polish zaledwie…
(Definition of scarcely from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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