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be nothing short of...

used to emphasize a situation, quality or type of behaviour
(用于强调状况或品行)简直就是,极其
The party was nothing short of a disaster.
这次聚会简直就是一场灾难。
Her behaviour was nothing short of rude.
他的举止极其粗鲁。
His achievements as a political reformer have been nothing short of miraculous.
他作为一名政治改革家所取得的成就简直称得上是奇迹。
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in Chinese (Traditional) (用於強調狀況或品行)簡直就是,極其…
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