Definition of 'be nothing to'
Example sentences containing 'be nothing to'
MIDNIGHT IS A LONELY PLACE (2002)
At first there appeared to be nothing to see, though the glove compartment was closed despite the lock being missing.LOST SUMMER (2002) THE GOLDEN LION (2002)
Definition of be nothing to from the Collins English Dictionary
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