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hasn't

[haz-uh nt] /ˈhæz ənt/
1.
contraction of has not.
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  • Toothsome and satisfying, brown rice is rice that hasn't been messed with.
  • Books are the last bastion of the old business model-the only major medium that still hasn't embraced the digital age.
  • The process of punching a well hasn't changed in a century.
  • Though perfume makers have found synthetic alternatives to musk, the hunting hasn't stopped.
  • But it hasn't exactly inspired a bunch of innovation rallies and bake sales.
  • The town hasn't changed much and is now in disrepair due to a downturn in the economy.
  • It is strange that the idea of race as a social construct hasn't yet got through to us zoologists.
  • But that hasn't made us immune to the dangerous and costly effects of weather.
  • His face hasn't changed much, although it is clearly yielding to gravity.
  • He hasn't done a jot of campaigning in the past year and his presidential prospects have risen dramatically.
British Dictionary definitions for hasn't

hasn't

/ˈhæzənt/
contraction
1.
has not
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