何一つ, 何ひとつ, なにひとつ

  • nanihitotsu

Definition of 何一つ,何ひとつ,なにひとつ

adverb (fukushi)

  • (not) one (usu. in neg. phrases)

Examples of 何一つ,何ひとつ,なにひとつ in a Sentence

子供たち何一つ言わない
He denies nothing to his children.
He kept complaining so much, without doing anything to help, that I finally had to tell him to fish or cut bait.
I will keep nothing back from you.
何一つ聞こえなかった。
Nothing was to be heard except the sound of the waves.
He did nothing out of the way.
太陽新しいもの何ひとつない
There is no new thing under the sun.
He was kind enough to see that I wanted for nothing.
You can complain 'til the cows come home, but it's not going to make a bit of difference.
生きている限りあなたに何一つ不自由させない
You'll want for nothing while I am alive.
自分自身こと何一つ言おうしない
He won't say anything about himself.
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