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thing

noun (ANYTHING/EVERYTHING) 所有事情     /θɪŋ/
a thing [S]
used instead of 'anything' or 'everything' to emphasize what you are saying (表示強調)事情,東西 Don't worry about a thing (= anything). I'll take care of it. 甚麼事情也不要操心,我會料理好一切。 Something, anything, nothing, and everything
not a (single) thing
not anything 沒有任何東西 After the guests had gone, there wasn't a thing left to eat. 客人走後,一點食物都沒剩。 Something, anything, nothing, and everything
not have a thing to wear ( also have nothing to wear) humorous
to have no clothes that are suitable for an occasion 沒有合適的衣服可穿 I'm going to a wedding on Saturday and I don't have a thing to wear. 我週六要去參加一個婚禮,可沒有合適的衣服可穿。 Wearing clothes
there isn't a thing you can do
you cannot do anything 無能為力;無計可施 He broke his promise and there wasn't a thing we could do about it. 他不履行諾言,對此我們無計可施。 Something, anything, nothing, and everything
(Definition of thing noun (ANYTHING/EVERYTHING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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