English version

not the slightest chance/doubt/difference etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnot the slightest chance/doubt/difference etcnot the slightest chance/doubt/difference etcno chance, doubt etc at all I didn’t have the slightest idea who that man was. slight
Examples from the Corpus
not the slightest chance/doubt/difference etcBut whether the parent with the yellow flowers supplies the egg or the pollen makes not the slightest difference.I tried closing my eyes; it made not the slightest difference.There was now not the slightest doubt that Hsu was decaying and losing her structural integrity.
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