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Edit  dc
not to mention; not only, but also;
He can't walk, let alone run
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In different countries not only are the language and culture different, but so is the way people think.
Edit  #234 dc
That restaurant of course the service is good but also the food (LIT: flavor) is not bad.
Edit  #321 dc
He gave us not only clothes but some money.
Edit  #3375 dc
He can't even read, let alone write.
Edit  #3376 dc
He has character as well as knowledge.
Edit  #3378 dc
She can play the violin, not to mention the piano.
Edit  #3380 dc
She can speak French, to say nothing of English.
Edit  #3381 dc
She studies literature as well as language.
Edit  #3382 dc
She cannot even ride a bicycle, not to mention a motorbike.
Edit  #3384 dc
He is not only a good student, he is a good athlete as well
Edit  #6617 hana
My family doesn't have a bicycle, let alone a car.
Edit  #6618 hana
In the village I was born there was no train, so a bus was out of the question.
Edit  #7212 sureshnihon
Please tell me what happened - off the record, of course.
Edit  #8169 karekano
”May I go with you?" " Of course ".
Edit  #8170 karekano
I take it for granted (that) they`ll get married.
Edit  #8171 karekano
"Are you really putting on this tie?" "Yes, why not?"
Edit  #8174 karekano
Even a genius couldn't solve the problems with quality, not to mention the delays in shipping.
Edit  #8715 bayur
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