"there isn’t much that can’t be solved " I heard this , maybe, idiom in (Me Before You) - British film - and I didn’t get the exact meaning , any help please. Thank you
Hi mate, it means that most things have a solution to them. The sentence has a feeling of being as hopeful and positive to me.
“There is much that cannot be solved”, of course, means that many problems cannot be solved.
“There isn’t much that cannot be solved” negates that, meaning that there are NOT many problems that cannot be solved; a way of stating that most problems can indeed be solved.