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razor-thin

adjective uk   /ˌreɪ.zəˈθɪn/ us    /-zɚ-/
A razor-thin difference in amount is very small: The president won the election by a razor-thin margin.
Translations of “razor-thin”
in Chinese (Traditional) (區別)細微的,極小的,微乎其微的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (区别)细微的,极小的,微乎其微的…
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