滅多に無い, 滅多にない, めったにない

  • mettaninai

Definition of 滅多に無い,滅多にない,めったにない

adjective (keiyoushi)

  • rare

Related Kanji

destroy, ruin, overthrow, perish
many, frequent, much
nothingness, none, ain't, nothing, nil, not

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Examples of 滅多に無い,滅多にない,めったにない in a Sentence

ビーバー危害加えることめったにない
Beavers rarely inflict damage on people.
英国列車見知らぬ話しかけることめったにない
Englishmen rarely talk to strangers in the train.
この気候非常に温和真夏寒暖計が30あがることめったにない
The climate of this town is so mild that the thermometer seldom rises to thirty degrees, even in midsummer.
貸したが笑いながら戻ってくることめったにない
Seldom does a loan come home laughing.
ビルは時間違えないことめったにない
Bill is seldom ever on time.
彼女から出ることめったにない
She rarely, if ever, goes out of town.
天才がその存命中なすことめったにないいうこと周知事実である
It is a matter of common knowledge that a man of genius is seldom successful in his own lifetime.
には読書時間めったにない
I can seldom find time for reading.
作文にはたとえあるにしてもめったにない
There are few mistakes, if any, in his composition.
Living as he did in remote countryside, he seldom came up to town.

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