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というものではない; というものでもない [というものではない; というものでもない] (toiumonodehanai; toiumonodemonai)
    Meaning: Doesn't mean that; It's not (true) that; Not necessarily
    Example: It's not true that you can solve anything with money.
    JLPT Level: 2
    Category: grammar
    Author: rubyhatchet

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*This grammar is meant to negate expressions of opinion or ways of thinking. For example: "If you put forth great effort, you'll surely succeed." (努力すれば必ず成功する。) To negate this opinion, use this grammar: "It's not true that if you put forth great effort, you'll surely succeed." (努力すれば必ず成功するというものではない。)

FORMATION:
V(plain form) + というものでは(も)ない
いA + というものでは(も)ない
なA・N + (だ)というものでは(も)ない
 
(rubyhatchet)

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ex #6236   どんなこともお金で解決できる、というものではありません 
It's not true that you can solve anything with money.  
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(rubyhatchet)
ex #6237   学歴が高いからといって、その人が有能というものでもない 
Just because someone has an impressive academic background doesn't meant that they are competent.  
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(rubyhatchet)
ex #6238   商品は安ければいいというものでもない。「安物買いの銭失い」と言う諺もある。 
It's not necessarily true that cheap products are good. There's also the proverb, "pennywise and pound foolish."  
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(rubyhatchet)
ex #6967   着ている服だけが、人間の個性を表すというものではありません 
It cannot be said that our clothes alone express our individuality.  
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(赤毛)
ex #8565   失敗は成功じゃないというものではない。  
the failure is not to say no success.  
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(belajar)

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      Comments:  
    赤毛In ex #6237 "有狽セ" sounds 文字化け for me. Is it 適格? I marked it suspicious instead of checked.
    In ex #6238 「安物買いの銭失い」 is more "cheap things bought equals pennies lost." than "penny wise and pound foolish." from my point of view.
     
    hoshinobikeIn ex {#6237}"有狽セ" be 有 no? 
    PurpleMooseEx [#6237] is from the JLPT book. It should be 有能
     
    karekanoI've changed 有狽セ. Is it wrong to change the entries? I mean, if you know that the right word is X (based on the translation and the first kanji)? 
    nancyex #6238 the translation doesn't make sense. it should say: It isn't true that if you buy cheap goods is good - in that you will save money. 'buying cheap goods you will lose money.' (so, yes, 'pennywise and pound foolish' is acceptable and makes sense now with the more clear explanation. 

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