Definición de scarcely en inglés:

scarcely

Saltos de línea: scarce¦ly
Pronunciación: /ˈskɛːsli
 
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adverbio

  • 1Only just; almost not: her voice is so low I can scarcely hear what she is saying
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • The reaction to it has been overwhelmingly positive with scarcely a critical voice to be heard anywhere.
    • Democrats in Boston tacitly acknowledged the potential power of this message as the word ‘liberal’ was scarcely heard all week.
    • The argument in favour of local shops is scarcely heard.
    Sinónimos
  • 1.1Only a very short time before: she had scarcely dismounted before the door swung open
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • The guard was scarcely out of sight when he heard a high shout from behind him.
    • That would suggest that the last books can scarcely have been written before the early years of Hadrian's reign, perhaps c. 120.
  • 1.2Used to suggest that something is unlikely to be or certainly not the case: they could scarcely all be wrong
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Victory over the bypass was sweet, but plans to streamline planning suggest the fight is scarcely over
    • While it certainly addresses that trickiest of topics, it can scarcely be considered a novel, at least in any conventional sense of the term.
    • While polling suggests Australians oppose privatisations, they are scarcely new and are seen as facts of life.
    Sinónimos
    rarely, seldom, infrequently, not often, hardly ever, almost never, on rare occasions, every once in a while
    informal once in a blue moon
    surely not, not, hardly, certainly not, definitely not, not at all, on no account, under no circumstances, by no means; North American noway

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