Übersetzung von “neither” — Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch

neither

adverb uk /ˈnaɪ·ðər, ˈniː·ðər/ us /ˈni·ðər, ˈnɑɪ·ðər/

used to say that a negative fact is also true of someone or something else

tampoco
Jerry doesn’t like it, and neither do I.
She’s not very tall and neither is her husband.
pronoun, determiner uk /ˈnaɪ·ðər, ˈniː·ðər/ us /ˈni·ðər, ˈnɑɪ·ðər/

not either of two people or things

ninguno, -a
Neither child was hurt in the accident.
Neither of us had ever been to London before.
conjunction uk /ˈnaɪ·ðər, ˈniː·ðər/ us /ˈni·ðər, ˈnɑɪ·ðər/
neither… nor…

used when a negative fact is true of two people or things

ni… ni…
Neither he nor his mother would talk to the police.

(Übersetzung von “neither” aus dem Cambridge Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch © Cambridge University Press)

neither

adjective, pronoun /ˈnaiðə, (especially American) ˈniːðə(r)/

not the one nor the other (of two things or people)

ninguno de los dos
Neither window faces the sea
Neither of them could understand Italian.
neither … nor

used to introduce alternatives which are both negative

ni… ni
Neither John nor David could come
He can neither read nor write.
As with either … or, the verb usually follows the noun or pronoun that comes closest to it: Neither Kate nor Susan is responsible ; Neither she nor her children speak English.

(Übersetzung von “neither” aus dem PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)