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JLPT N2 Author: dc
It does not (necessarily) mean that 〜; I don't mean that 〜; It is not (true) that 〜; It is not the case that 〜
It doesn't necessarily mean he understood.
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#571 Author: dc

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#4195 Author: Miki

He is not the only pebble on the beach.
#4196 Author: Miki

While I am not saying he is stupid, I have my doubts when I look at what he is actually doing.
#3182 Author: bamboo4

It's not that I'm not happy to meet you.
#6444 Author: xabre24

I was discharged from the hospital, but it doesn't mean I was cured and discharged.
#6495 Author: rubyhatchet

It rains during the rainy season, but it doesn't necessarily rain hard.
#6496 Author: rubyhatchet

It's not true that people were born in order to work.
#6494 Author: rubyhatchet

That is not altogether false.
#4197 Author: Miki

It is not especially hot today.
#4198 Author: Miki

This rule can not be applied to every case.
#4199 Author: Miki

It is not that all these eggs are fresh.
#4200 Author: Miki, bamboo4

Not everyone can realize the dreams of his youth.
#4201 Author: Miki

That is not altogether my fault.
#8516 Author: karekano

She did not answer all the questions.
#8517 Author: karekano

Money isn`t everything.
#8518 Author: karekano

The meeting was not particularly well attended.
#8519 Author: karekano

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