be nothing short of... translation to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "be nothing short of..." - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

be nothing short of...

used to emphasize a situation, quality or type of behaviour
(用於強調狀況或品行)簡直就是,極其
The party was nothing short of a disaster.
這次聚會簡直就是一場災難。
Her behaviour was nothing short of rude.
他的舉止極其粗魯。
His achievements as a political reformer have been nothing short of miraculous.
他作為一名政治改革家所取得的成就簡直稱得上是奇跡。
Intensifying expressions
Translations of “be nothing short of...”
in Chinese (Simplified) (用于强调状况或品行)简直就是,极其…
(Definition of be nothing short of... from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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