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PRON-INDEF-NEG 没有什么;没有一件(东西);没有一点 Nothing means not a single thing, or not a single part of something.
I've done nothing much since coffee time...
Mr Pearson said he knew nothing of his wife's daytime habits...
PRON-INDEF-NEG 无关紧要的事物(或人);微不足道的事物(或人) You use nothing to indicate that something or someone is not important or significant.
Because he had always had money it meant nothing to him...
While the increase in homicides is alarming, it is nothing compared to what is to come in the rest of the decade...
PRON-INDEF-NEG 极低的价格;相当于免费 If you say that something cost nothing or is worth nothing, you are indicating that it cost or is worth a surprisingly small amount of money.
The furniture was threadbare; he'd obviously picked it up for nothing...
Homes in this corner of Mantua that once went for $350,000 are now worth nothing.
PRON-INDEF-NEG (用于形容词或带 to 的不定式前表示事物或人不具备所说的性质)没有什么，不是什么 You use nothing before an adjective or 'to'-infinitive to say that something or someone does not have the quality indicated.
Around the lake the countryside generally is nothing special...
There was nothing remarkable about him...
PRON-INDEF-NEG (用于 so + 形容词、副词前或比较级前表示强调)没有别的东西，没有别的事情 You can use nothing before 'so' and an adjective or adverb, or before a comparative, to emphasize how strong or great a particular quality is.
Youngsters learn nothing so fast as how to beat the system...
I consider nothing more important in my life than songwriting...
PHRASE 要么彻底干完，要么根本不干 You can use all or nothing to say that either something must be done fully and completely or else it cannot be done at all.
Either he went through with this thing or he did not; it was all or nothing.
PHRASE (有)比没有好;比没有强 If you say that something is better than nothing, you mean that it is not what is required, but that it is better to have that thing than to have nothing at all.
After all, 15 minutes of exercise is better than nothing.
PHRASE (用于名词、不带 to 的不定式或 -ing 形式前)只有，仅仅 You use nothing but in front of a noun, an infinitive without 'to', or an '-ing' form to mean 'only'.
All that money brought nothing but sadness and misery and tragedy...
It did nothing but make us ridiculous...
CONVENTION 未发生;不成 You can say 'Nothing doing' when you want to say that something is not happening or cannot be done.
Pay now, or nothing doing...
'I could take the subway and have David pick me up at the station.' — 'Nothing doing.'
PHRASE 别无他法;只此一计 If you say that there is nothing for it but to take a particular action, you mean that it is the only possible course of action that you can take, even though it might be unpleasant.
Much depends on which individual ingredients you choose. There is nothing for it but to taste and to experiment for yourself...
He wished he was not in a room so far from the bathroom. There was nothing for it but a long trudge through the house.
PHRASE 极其;非常 You use nothing if not in front of an adjective to indicate that someone or something clearly has a lot of the particular quality mentioned.
Professor Fish has been nothing if not professional...
Hollywood is nothing if not creative, especially if someone else will pick up the bills.
CONVENTION 没什么;小事情 People sometimes say 'It's nothing' as a polite response after someone has thanked them for something they have done.
'Thank you for the wonderful dinner.' — 'It's nothing,' Sarah said...
'I'll be on my way. I can't thank you enough, Alan.' — 'It was nothing, but take care.'
PHRASE 不真实;不可信 If you say about a story or report that there is nothing in it or nothing to it, you mean that it is untrue.
It's all rubbish and superstition, and there's nothing in it.
PHRASE 不费事;轻而易举 If you say about an activity that there is nothing to it or nothing in it, you mean that it is extremely easy.
This device has a gripper that electrically twists off the jar top. Nothing to it...
If you've shied away from making pancakes in the past, don't be put off — there's really nothing in it!
PHRASE (比赛或竞争中)水平不相上下，势均力敌 If you say about a contest or competition that there is nothing in it, you mean that two or more of the competitors are level and have an equal chance of winning.
PHRASE (用于强调，表示事情让人吃惊或重要)简直，全然 You can use nothing less than to emphasize your next words, often indicating that something seems very surprising or important.
What he had in mind amounted to nothing less than a total reversal of the traditional role of the executive...
You're nothing less than a murderer!
PHRASE 并非没有道理;事出有因 If you say that it was not for nothing that something happened, you are emphasizing that there was a very good reason for it to happen.
Not for nothing was the plane called 'The widow-maker'...
It's not for nothing that interior decorators the world over look to the English country garden for glorious inspiration.
PHRASE 不付代价的收益;不劳而获 If you say that someone is getting something for nothing, you disapprove of the fact that they are getting what they want without doing or giving anything in return.
What's wrong with you is that you think you can get something for nothing.
PHRASE 绝对没有;绝无此事 Nothing of the sort is used when strongly contradicting something that has just been said.
'We're going to talk this over in my office.'—'We're going to do nothing of the sort.'...
Mrs Adamson said that she was extremely sorry, in tones that made it clear that she was nothing of the sort.