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Translation of "razor-thin" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

razor-thin

adjective     /ˌreɪ.zəˈθɪn/ US  /-zɚ-/
describes a difference in amount which is very small (区别)细微的,极小的,微乎其微的 The president won the election by a razor-thin margin. 总统以极微弱的优势赢得大选。 Thin and fine
Translations of “razor-thin”
in Chinese (Traditional) (區別)細微的,極小的,微乎其微的…
(Definition of razor-thin from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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