English version

nothing less than something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnothing less than somethingnothing less than somethingEMPHASIZEIMPORTANTused to emphasize how important, serious, or impressive something is His appearance in the show was nothing less than a sensation. less
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nothing less than somethingThere is nothing less than a cultural cover-up about depression in men.The change in Bob's behavior has been nothing less than a miracle.They had stumbled in upon what was quite clearly nothing less than a pagan sacrifice.This gave her hope, for it was nothing less than a re-birth that Maggie was aiming for.It is nothing less than an opportunity to save or change the world.The result, and the acceptance of it, is nothing less than an outrage.It is nothing less than national economic and social suicide.He is aware that what he is involved in now is nothing less than Thatcherite self-help.
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