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何にも, なんにも

  • nannimo


adverb (fukushi)

  • nothing at all

Examples of 何にも,なんにも in a Sentence

His past successes count for nothing.
I gave you explicit instructions not to touch anything.
He saw no advantage in waiting any longer.
Talk will not avail without work.
What is the good of having a car if you don't drive?
We spoke to no purpose.
This robot does whatever I say. That's a big help when I'm too tired to do anything. Not too likely, huh?

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