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Significado de “mere” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "mere" - Diccionario Inglés

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mereadjective [before noun]

uk   /mɪər/  us   /mɪr/
B2 used to ​emphasize that something is not ​large or ​important: The ​planecrashed mere ​minutes after ​take-off. It ​cost a mere 20 ​dollars. used to ​emphasize how ​strongly someone ​feels about something or how ​extreme a ​situation is: The mere thought of it (= just ​thinking about it) makes me ​feelsick. People ​becameexcited at the mere mention of his ​name. the mere idea/​possibility/​prospect of something
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mereadjective [not gradable]

 us   /mɪər/
nothing more than; nothing more ​important than: The mere ​fact that Greene ​plays for the ​Yankees gives him a lot of ​visibility. The ​cityreceives a mere 20% of the ​parkingrevenues.
(Definition of mere from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “mere”
en coreano 단순한…
en árabe مُجرّد…
in Malaysian cuma…
en francés simple…
en ruso всего лишь, один/одна/одно только…
en chino (tradicionál) 只不過的,僅僅的…
en italiano semplice…
en turco sadece, ancak, yalnız…
en polaco sam…
en español simple, mero…
in Vietnamese chỉ là…
en portugués mero, simples, não mais do que…
in Thai เพียงเท่านั้น…
en alemán bloß, rein…
en catalán mer, simple…
en japonés たった(少ないことを強調する)…
en chino (simplificado) 只不过的,仅仅的…
in Indonesian hanya…
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