自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
QUANT 没有一点儿;全无;没有一个(人或物) None of something means not even a small amount of it. None of a group of people or things means not even one of them.
She did none of the maintenance on the vehicle itself...
None of us knew how to treat her.
PHRASE 同…不沾边;不准;拒绝接受 If you say that someone will have none of something, or is having none of something, you mean that they refuse to accept it.
He knew his own mind and was having none of their attempts to keep him at home.
PHRASE 只有;除…之外没有 None but means only.
None but God will ever know what I suffered...
He whispered so softly that none but Julie heard him.
PHRASE (用于形容词或副词前，强调提到的特质不存在)毫无，毫不 You use none too in front of an adjective or adverb in order to emphasize that the quality mentioned is not present.
He was none too thrilled to hear from me at that hour...
Her hand grasped my shoulder, none too gently.
PHRASE (表示原有的特质现已失去)毫不，一点也不 You use none the to say that someone or something does not have any more of a particular quality than they did before.
You could end up committed to yet another savings scheme and none the wiser about managing your finances...
He became convinced that his illness was purely imaginary: that made it none the better.