English version

not merely/rather than merely

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnot merely/rather than merelynot merely/rather than merelyused before the less important of two ideas in a sentence to emphasize the more important idea It’s not merely a matter of cost, but whether she’s old enough to go on holiday alone. It’s important to write these goals down, rather than merely think about them. merely
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