adverb: Slightly short of; not quite; nearly: almost time to go; was almost asleep; had almost finished. See Usage Note at none.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
Thanks Aria - the chard is almost too lovely to eat..almost;
She almost -- not really, but _almost_ -- wished she had gone home with her mother.
They might come and ask him questions, and he might even admit almost all -- _almost_ all, and they could do nothing, for no one had seen what he had done to Toni in the wood.
Cicero, -- _vox et praeterea almost nihil_ (he had yet to die and show that it was _almost, _ not _quite, _) sheers off too, into the country, there to busy himself with an essay on the _Nature of the Gods_ (to contain, be sure, some fine eloquence), and with making up his mind to attack Anthony on behalf of Republican
By the time that Scott came to his 'teens, Mrs. Brenton was doing her level and conscientious best to conceal from him the demoralizing fact of her belief that he could do almost no wrong, and she clung to the modifying _almost_ with a passionate fervour born of her clerical ancestry and her consequent belief in the inherent viciousness of unconverted man.