九牛一毛 jiǔ niú yī máo
It's only a hair off a bull's back to them.
Man's requirements are not a drain on God's resource.
a single hair from nine bull bs.
a single -air from nine bulls.
The new tax cuts are a drop in the ocean.
a drop in the bucket.
The new tax cuts are a drop in the ocean. I'd like to see bigger ones.
Mr Abid said the training his company is doing is "just a drop in the ocean".
for a millionaire, the cost of a luxury car is a drop in the bucket.
We simply in the bucket of money, they are not pay out money indiscriminately.
Dependent on the prices of products which are in fact at the cost of the product specification drop in the ocean.
After a fitful start, the U. S. military's relief operations in Haiti are still far short of what the disaster requires.
I believe that the developers have guaranteed delivery, the price is only part of their wealth drop in the ocean.
Although he was one of the wisest men that ever lived, yet he felt that he knew but very little.
Compared with disasters like the South Asian tsunami and Hurricane Katrina, those in China and Burma have generated just a trickle of aid.
The IMF's resources are puny in comparison with the amounts in the vaults of emerging-market central banks.
This is only a drop in the bucket. We've also found large quantities of dangerous materials in the drifters' region. They even have biochemical and nuclear weapons.
We passed the hat to collect some money for the homeless people, but it's not enough. It is just a drop in the bucket .
The crop is in surplus right now, but even that is not nearly enough to quench a significant portion of the country's thirst for fuel.
In the endless flow that expands in human history, the category of human economy behavior is opposite for the category at ecosystem, just be a drop in the sea.
In addition, the Chinese-funded banks to buy mine Mann Brothers, a very limited number of bonds, with their huge compared to the total assets as "a drop in the bucket."
But industry leaders say the seizures are merely drops in the bucket and want governments and police to target large-scale manufacturing plants on aboriginal reserves.
Study English have many days , but feel study nothing, still is a strange world , feel have been studied a little. My god, when am I can study all.
Even online ads, which were supposed to rescue the business, have declined lately, and they are, in any case, nowhere near as lucrative as their print counterparts.
Furthermore, the industry can muster only about 1. 5m barrels a day of spare pumping capacity—a tiny fraction of the 84m-odd barrels the world consumes daily.
The only consolation is that tight restrictions on both political contributions and spending mean that general elections cost a pittance compared with those next door.
Now, he's playing the lead in a Broadway play and making standard union wages, a fraction of what he'd make in Hollywood.
A worldly African traveller commented gleefully: The amounts involved in our graft cases certainly pale compared with the mind-boggling sums involved in the most powerful economy on earth.
They cost between C$600, 000 and $2m ($600, 000-2m), an enormous amount to locals, but a snip to European buyers used to less space for more money.
a complete, total, 100% system of life - legal, political, economic, social, and military components. The religious component is a beard for all of the other components.