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Vinicius_Caldas

  • 4 years ago

In the phrase: "I know that I will fall short, but no harm trying", can I translate "no harm trying" as "to try as hard as I can"?

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  1. Redwood_Girl
    • 4 years ago
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    Nope. It means "it won't hurt me to try" or "trying won't cost me anything." Or maybe even "better to try than not to." (The word "harm" means "hurt.")

  2. Vinicius_Caldas
    • 4 years ago
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    Ok. Now I realize. "trying won't cost me anything." was the best exemple. Thank you.

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