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hard to see (2)

This page is about the collocation hard to see (2)

collocation pattern: adjective + verb

Meaning

difficult to imagine

For example

  • They're a much better team, so it's hard to see them losing.

  • They could find him innocent, but it's hard to see how. There's so much evidence.

Note:
A similar collocation is "hard to imagine"

Quick Quiz

He's been studying all week, so it's hard to see how he could

a. pass the exam

b. sit the exam

c. fail the exam

Contributor: Matt Errey