hardly 是什么意思

hardly的中文意思是: 几乎不

hardly例句大全

  1. Water is hardly nondescript.

    水并不是没有特征的。

  2. I hardly know you

    我不太认识你。

  3. Hardly anybody knows him.

    几乎没人认识他。

  4. Huawei's provenance hardly helps.

    华为的出身对它毫无帮助。

  5. There hardly any money left.

    几乎没剩什?钱了。

  6. human nature is hardly changed.

    禀性难移。

  7. Hardly be classed as Literature.

    也很难被归入文学。

  8. I hardly ever go out.

    我几乎很少出去过。

  9. I hardly remember anything now.

    现在都不太记得当时的事了。

  10. And you hardly can imagine.

    你几乎从来不能想象。

  11. There's hardly any trace now.

    现在已经找不到任何痕迹了。

  12. Words can hardly convey thoughts.

    词难达意。

  13. This categorization is hardly airtight.

    这种分类法并不是无懈可击的。

  14. We hardly ever have time.

    我们几乎没有时间。

  15. Nowadays he hardly ever comes.

    最近他几乎不来了。

  16. She can hardly restrain herself .

    她几乎克制不住自己。

  17. Hardly anyone slept that night .

    那天晚上几乎没人睡觉。

  18. Carrefour can hardly ask enough.

    家乐福几乎不可能提出足够高的要求。

  19. You are hardly behaving rationally .

    你的行为简直没有理性。

  20. cooking is hardly my forte.

    烧饭做菜可不是我的特长。

  21. Hardly anybody came here yesterday .

    昨天几乎没有人来这儿。

  22. gas has hardly any weight.

    气体几乎没有重量。

  23. The child had hardly anything on.

    这孩子几乎什么衣服都没穿。

  24. His black clothes were hardly discernible .

    几乎看不出他的衣服是黑的。

  25. Nick, on the sofa , hardly slept

    尼克在沙发上几乎没睡。

  26. Such a thing hardly ever occurs.

    这样的事几乎不发生。

  27. I have hardly any coffee left.

    我没剩下什么咖啡了。

  28. He could hardly smother his anger .

    他几乎抑制不住他的愤怒之情。

  29. The vote hardly constitutes a victory

    这次投票很难被视为一次胜利。

  30. You hardly eat anything, what's wrong ?

    你几乎什么都没有吃,怎么了?

  31. Niagara Falls * I can hardly wait!

    尼亚加拉大瀑布&我实在是等不及了!

  32. It hardly matters that Saddam hardly ever changed his ruling style when he enjoyed and then lost US patronage

    萨达姆在享受并失去美国的庇护时,几乎从未改变过他的统治风格,这一点都不重要。

  33. Kenny: I hardly remember that turtle.

    我几乎都把它忘了。

  34. Athletes have hardly any fatty tissue

    运动员几乎没有什么脂肪组织。

  35. I can hardly bear the suspense.

    我几乎难以忍受这种焦虑。

  36. I had hardly anything to drink.

    我喝不下什么。

  37. I hardly ever sleep with him.

    我和他几乎没睡过觉。

  38. Hardly anybody came to the meeting.

    几乎没有人来开会。

  39. In Italy people hardly ever cohabit

    在意大利,很少有人未婚同居。

  40. This is hardly their first attempt.

    这不是他们第一次努力。

hardly中英翻译结果
出自:柯林斯词典

1
(用于修正作出的陈述,表示不大可能)几乎不,几乎没有
You use hardly to modify a statement when you want to emphasize that it is only a small amount or detail which makes it true, and that therefore it is best to consider the opposite statement as being true.
  1. I hardly know you...

    我不太认识你。

  2. Nick, on the sofa, hardly slept...

    尼克在沙发上几乎没睡。

  3. He was given hardly 24 hours to pack his bags...

    只给了他不到24小时的时间来打点行装。

  4. Their two faces were hardly more than eighteen inches apart.

    他俩的脸相隔还不到18英寸。

2
几乎不;几乎没有
You use hardly in expressions such as hardly ever ,hardly any, and hardly anyone to mean almost never, almost none, or almost no-one.
  1. We ate chips every night, but hardly ever had fish...

    我们每晚吃炸薯条,但几乎从不吃鱼。

  2. Most of the others were so young they had hardly any experience...

    其他人大多都很年轻,几乎没什么经验。

  3. Hardly anyone slept that night.

    那天晚上几乎没人睡觉。

3
(用在否定句中构成双重否定,用于强调某事属实或经常发生)几乎不
You use hardly before a negative statement in order to emphasize that something is usually true or usually happens.
  1. Hardly a day goes by without a visit from someone.

    几乎每天都有人来。

4
(用于can之后,表示强调)很难
When you say you can hardly do something, you are emphasizing that it is very difficult for you to do it.
  1. I can hardly believe it's been over eight years since you used to go camping at Cedar Creek...

    我几乎无法相信现在距离你过去常常去松溪露营的日子已经有8年多了。

  2. My garden was covered with so many butterflies that I could hardly see the flowers.

    我的花园里飞舞着很多蝴蝶,我几乎看不见花了。

5
(表示两件事情紧接着发生)刚刚,才
If you say hardly had one thing happened when something else happened, you mean that the first event was followed immediately by the second.
  1. He had hardly collected the papers on his desk when the door burst open...

    他刚收起桌上的文件,门就猛地开了。

  2. Hardly had he returned to London when an anonymous well-wisher called to say he was about to be raided by Customs & Excise.

    他刚回到伦敦,就有一个不愿透露姓名的好心人打来电话说,他即将面临海关的突击检查。

6
(表示希望听者或读者赞同自己)并不,丝毫不
You use hardly to mean 'not' when you want to suggest that you are expecting your listener or reader to agree with your comment.
  1. We have not seen the letter, so we can hardly comment on it...

    我们还没有看到这封信,所以无从发表意见。

  2. It's hardly surprising his ideas didn't catch on...

    他的想法没有被广泛接受,这并不足为奇。

  3. The growth rate for 1980-89 was 2.2%. Hardly the stuff of economic miracles.

    1980至1989年间的经济增长率是2.2%,算不上什么经济奇迹。

7
(尤用于对不赞同的说法表示惊奇或不满)不可能,不会吧
You use 'hardly' to mean 'no', especially when you want to express surprise or annoyance at a statement that you disagree with.
  1. 'They all thought you were marvellous!' —'Well, hardly.'...

    “他们都认为你很棒!”“哦,不可能吧!”

  2. 'We could almost have seen it,' — 'Hardly, darling — in the dark and from a distance of a good hundred feet?'

    “我们几乎都看到它了。”“不会吧,亲爱的——天那么黑,离得又至少有100英尺呢!”

hardly用法示例
出自:牛津词典

1
几乎不;几乎没有
almost no; almost not; almost none
2
没有剩什么茶了。
There's hardly any tea left.
3
几乎没人动嘴回答。
Hardly anyone has bothered to reply.
4
她几乎从未给我来过电话。
She hardly ever calls me (= almost never) .
5
我们彼此还不大认识呢。
We hardly know each other.
6
我几乎天天想着她。
Hardly a day goes by without my thinking of her (= I think of her almost every day) .
7
(尤用于can或could之后,主要动词之前,强调做某事很难)
used especially after ‘can’ or ‘could’ and before the main verb, to emphasize that it is difficult to do sth
8
我困得都快睁不开眼了。
I can hardly keep my eyes open (= I'm almost falling asleep) .
9
读到那封信时,我简直不敢相信。
I could hardly believe it when I read the letter.
10
刚刚;才
used to say that sth has just begun, happened, etc.
11
现在不能停下来喝咖啡,我们刚刚才开始工作呢。
We can't stop for coffee now, we've hardly started.
12
我们刚坐下用晚餐,电话就响了。
We had hardly sat down to supper when the phone rang.
13
话刚出口,她就后悔不迭。
Hardly had she spoken than she regretted it bitterly.
14
(表示不大可能、不合理或愚蠢)
used to suggest that sth is unlikely or unreasonable or that sb is silly for saying or doing sth
15
他不大可能承认自己错了。
He is hardly likely to admit he was wrong.
16
她被解雇了不足为怪,她从来没干过任何工作。
It's hardly surprising she was fired; she never did any work.
17
现在还不是讨论的时候。
It's hardly the time to discuss it now.
18
你不可能指望她无偿地做这事。
You can hardly expect her to do it for free.
19
“你不能就说声不吗?”“喔,不可能,她是我小姨子。”
‘Couldn't you have just said no?’ ‘Well, hardly, (= of course not) she's my wife's sister.’
20
形容词hard的副词为hard:
The adverb from the adjective hard is hard .
21
今天我得努力工作。
I have to work hard today.
22
她曾经悉心思考她未来的计划。
She has thought very hard about her future plans.
23
外面雨下得很大。
It was raining hard outside.
24
hardly为副词,意为几乎不、几乎没有:
Hardly is an adverb meaning ‘almost not’.
25
我很少去听音乐会。
I hardly ever go to concerts.
26
我迫切等待着我的生日。
I can hardly wait for my birthday.
27
该词不能代替hard:
It cannot be used instead of hard .
28
hardly、scarcely和barely均可指刚刚、几乎不,与any和anyone等词以及形容词和动词连用,置于can、could、have、be等与动词的主要部分之间:
Hardly , scarcely and barely can all be used to say that something is only just true or possible. They are used with words like any and anyone , with adjectives and verbs, and are placed between can , could , have , be , etc. and the main part of the verb.
29
这书他们几乎没卖出几本。
They have sold scarcely any copies of the book.
30
我几乎认不出她了。
I barely recognized her.
31
他的话勉强听得见。
His words were barely audible.
32
我几乎不敢相信。
I can hardly believe it.
33
hardly、scarcely和barely为否定词,不应与not或其他否定词连用:
Hardly , scarcely and barely are negative words and should not be used with not or other negatives.
34
亦可用hardly、scarcely和barely表示刚…就…:
You can also use hardly , scarcely and barely to say that one thing happens immediately after another.
35
我们刚在桌子旁坐下,电话铃就响了。
We had hardly/scarcely/barely sat down at the table, when the phone rang.
36
在正式的书面英语中,尤其在文学体中,上述各词可置于句首,然后将主语和动词的位置倒装:
In formal, written English, especially in a literary style, these words can be placed at the beginning of the sentence and then the subject and verb are turned around.
37
我们刚在桌子旁坐下,电话铃就响了。
Hardly/Scarcely had we sat down at the table, when the phone rang.
38
注意:在这类句子中通常用when而非than,亦可用before:
Note that you usually use when in these sentences, not than . You can also use before .
39
我刚一按门铃,门就开了。
I scarcely had time to ring the bell before the door opened.
40
no sooner与上述词用法相同,但总与than连用:
No sooner can be used in the same way, but is always used with than .
41
我们刚在桌子旁坐下,电话铃就响了。
No sooner had we sat down at the table than the phone rang.
42
hardly和scarcely可表示几乎从不、难得,但barely不这样用:
Hardly and scarcely can be used to mean ‘almost never’, but barely is not used in this way.
43
这些日子她难得见到她父母。
She hardly (ever) sees her parents these days.
hardly英语释义
出自:WordNet

1
only a very short time before
例子:
  1. they could barely hear the speaker
  2. we hardly knew them
  3. just missed being hit
  4. had scarcely rung the bell when the door flew open
  5. would have scarce arrived before she would have found some excuse to leave"- W.B.Yeat

近义词: barely,just,scarcely,scarce

2
almost not
例子:
  1. he hardly ever goes fishing
  2. he was hardly more than sixteen years old
  3. they scarcely ever used the emergency generator

近义词: scarcely