View topic - もない? What does this mean here?
They translated it as "It is so dreadful that I don't want to think of it."
I understand the other parts of the sentence, just have no idea what もない is doing.. maybe there's not enough context or something? I know も means also and ない is more than likely ある, so maybe they "also don't want to think of it?"
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は signals special information, and も ordinary. Both are frequently used with negation.
The も can also mean even. I (don't want to do ..., and I )don't even want to think about it.
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