無けなし, 無け無し, なけなし

  • nakenashi

Definition of 無けなし,無け無し,なけなし

noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • very small amount which looks like nothing

Related Kanji

nothingness, none, ain't, nothing, nil, not

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Examples of 無けなし,無け無し,なけなし in a Sentence

なけなしの取っていった
He took away what little money I had.
はその少年なけなしのやった
He gave the boy what little money he had.
なけなしのやった
I gave the boy what little money I had.
なけなしの全部女にあげた
He gave her what little money he had.
なけなしの全部貸してくれた
He lent me all the little money he had.
女は貧しかったけれどもなけなしの全部に与えた。
Poor as she was, she gave him what little money she had.
持っている無け無しのお金くれた
He gave me what little money he had.
なけなしのあげた
I gave him what little money I had.
その学者なけなしの全部つぎこんだ
The scholar spent what little money he had on books.
なけなしの盗まれてしまった
What little money I had was stolen.

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