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well-nigh
American English: /ˈwɛl ˈˌnaɪ/

Translation of well-nigh in Spanish:

adverb

  • (impossible/destitute)
    prácticamente
    (impeccable)
    casi
    Example sentences
    • ‘It is an uphill and well-nigh impossible task,’ he wrote.
    • He never wrote a paper without foot-notes, appendices, supplements, and the alterations and corrections in his proofs were such that the printers found their task well-nigh impossible.…
    • This presents the artist with a well-nigh impossible task.

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