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In fact, I barely slept the night before.
I could barely make out the stage in the darkness.
adj. 空的；赤裸的，无遮蔽的 vt. 露出，使赤裸
barely satisfactory 差强人意
barely not 几乎不
Barely Legal 我的美好欲望(电影名)
barely enough 勉强够; 仅够;
Albeit Just Barely 虽然可以也勉强
barely passed 不及格
Barely Ther 紧身无痕
Barely Mucilaginous 仅黏
malting barely 啤酒大麦
Barely Audibly 几乎没有出声来
Barely Boobs 刚好是咪咪
Barely Perceptible 几乎不能被察觉; 勉强可觉察的;
But Barely 但几乎没有
ad.赤裸裸地,無遮蔽地;僅僅,勉強,幾乎沒有He has barely enough money to live on.他的錢僅夠勉強維持生計.
bare·ly / 5beEli; NAmE 5berli /
1. in a way that is just possible but only with difficulty
The music was barely audible.
She was barely able to stand.
We barely had time to catch the train.
2. in a way that almost does not happen or exist
She barely acknowledged his presence.
There was barely any smell.
3. just; certainly not more than (a particular amount, age, time, etc.)
Barely 50% of the population voted.
仅有 50% 的人口投票。
He was barely 20 years old and already running his own company.
他只有 20 岁,却已经营起自己的公司了。
They arrived barely a minute later.
4. only a very short time before
I had barely started speaking when he interrupted me.
⇨ note at hardly
1 only with great difficulty or effort 勉强才能 SYN only just
She was very old and barely able to walk.
Mary had barely enough money to live on.
barely audible/perceptible/visible/discernible etc
His voice was barely audible.
She could barely understand English.
2 almost not 几乎不 SYN hardly
She was barely aware of his presence.
Joe and his brother are barely on speaking terms.
3 used to emphasize that something happens immediately after a previous action 刚刚〔表示强调〕 SYN British English only just
Graham had barely finished his coffee when Henry returned.
4 used before amounts or numbers to emphasize that they are surprisingly small 只有，仅仅〔强调数量之少〕 SYN only
Nowadays, the village has barely 100 inhabitants.
1.ADV-BRD-NEG 广义否定结构副词刚刚；勉强；仅仅 You use barely to say that something is only just true or only just the case.
【搭配模式】：ADV before v
Anastasia could barely remember the ride to the hospital…
It was 90 degrees and the air conditioning barely cooled the room…
His voice was barely audible…
She was an elfin-like girl who looked barely 10 years old.
2.ADV-BRD-NEG 广义否定结构副词刚刚…（就） If you say that one thing had barely happened when something else happened, you mean that the first event was followed immediately by the second.
【搭配模式】：ADV before v
The Boeing 767 had barely taxied to a halt before its doors were flung open…
Barely had the bulldozers started when Museum of London archaeologists swooped.
a : hardly or scarcely — used to say that something was almost not possible or almost did not happen几乎不；简直不；勉强能
I barely recognized you with your hair cut short.
He could barely walk/read/write.
His voice was barely audible above the sound of the river.
The boat was barely visible off the coast.
We barely [=almost do not] have enough money to pay the bills.
I barely [=almost do not] have time to eat my lunch.
He barely made his flight. [=he almost was too late for his flight] 他差一点没赶上航班。
b — used to say that someone or something only has a specified small size, age, length, etc.仅仅；只有
The movie is (just) barely an hour long.
He’s barely a teenager.
She’s barely four feet tall.
Barely 50 percent of the population voted.
c — used to say that something reached a specified condition or happened only a short time before刚刚
The paint is barely dry.
They had barely [=just] set up the tents when it started to rain.
a : almost not at all几乎没有
We barely spoke the entire time we were in the car.
I barely knew him.
b : almost not几乎没有
There are barely any new features in this software.
There is barely a difference between the two.