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不夸张地
Simplified 不夸张地
Traditional 不誇張地
Pin Yin
bu4 kua1 zhang1 di4
English
  • literally
Examples:
1. 都勒说:"不夸张地说,是没有硝烟的病痛让苏军打了败仗。
"It's not unrealistic to say the Soviets lost the war here because of disease non-battle injuries," Doyle said.
2. 地产业在国外虽然已经处于平稳发展期,但在当今经济高速发展的中国,可以还不夸张地说,地产业至少在20年内都属于高速发展的朝阳产业。
Although the overseas realty industry has got into the posing development, however, the prime time for China's speedy realty development will be at least20 years.
3. 卡享写道:“今天可以毫不夸张地说,在德国内部至少有50%的人完全不赞成希特勒的所作所为。
Cahen writes: "Today it is no exaggeration to say that inside Germany at least 50 per cent of the population is in complete disaccord with everything Hitler stands for.
4. 他尽力的做到冷静地、不夸张地、实地回答。
He tried to answer calmly, with exaggeration, truly.
5. 至少可以这样说;不夸张地
Say the least ;without any exaggeration
6. 不夸张地说,她到死也不想先向她惟一的儿子开口。
She was literally willing to die before reaching out to her only son.
7. 不夸张地说,她到死也不想先向她惟一的儿子开口。但在我好言相劝后,她还真地决定先向儿子开口了。
She was literally willing to die before reaching out to her only son. After a little gentle encouragement, however, she did decide to be the first one to reach out.
8. 不夸张地说,投机商多得很,他们买下土地,然后放它个一两年,再以几倍于以前的价格卖出去。
Speculators are thick on the ground-literally speaking. They buy up land, sit on it for a year of two and resell for several times what they paid.