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    What's the meanning of "It's not easy at all to anything a hero."

    I have met this sentence in an article. I suppose if there isn't something wrong in typing, maybe it is an idiom. So I'm here to ask help. What is the meanning of this sentence "It's not easy at all to anything a hero."

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    Re: What's the meanning of "It's not easy at all to anything a hero."

    It means nothing to me. Have you any context?

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    Re: What's the meanning of "It's not easy at all to anything a hero."

    I feel a verb is missing after "to".

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    Re: What's the meanning of "It's not easy at all to anything a hero."

    "It's not easy at all to anything but a hero." But you'd expect 'anyone' if that was the meaning.
    By itself, the sentence is meaningless.


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    Re: What's the meanning of "It's not easy at all to anything a hero."

    Thank you. I got it.

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    Re: What's the meanning of "It's not easy at all to anything a hero."

    I'm glad you did. We still don't get it. It doesn't mean anything. Or did you mean "Now I understand that it's meaningless"?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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