Adverb(1) (of actions or states, just(2) in a close manner
(1) a rise of nearly 25 per cent(2) Hearst did not see the joke, and the film was nearly destroyed before it could be released.(3) This is the basic physics, but Einstein said it nearly gave him a nervous breakdown.(4) He led me into an alcove and stood close to me, so close our faces were nearly touching.(5) One fireman spent nearly ten minutes using his hands to dig the frightened youth out of the mud.(6) the church is nearly approaching the style of the thirteenth century(7) Something I saw made me laugh out aloud and I was nearly rewarded with a smack in the mouth.(8) I wasn't nearly good enough(9) I nearly fell(10) it's nearly dark now(11) it's nearly time to leave(12) Yet another animal has been added to the list of those abused on a nearly unimaginable scale.(13) It was so nice when my mum and sister came to England and stayed with me for nearly 6 months.(14) The odds are even worse for the Dogans, who had nearly exhausted all avenues for appeal.(15) He'd tried to eat during his break but was so breathless that he nearly collapsed.(16) David was nearly asleep
(1) nearly ready :: toeitiiti atoa le saunia
1. almost ::
3. well-nigh ::
lelei lata mai
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