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Portuguese translation of “any more”

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any more

adverb
 
/ˌen·i ˈmɔːr/ ( also anymore
 
/ˌen·iˈmɔːr/)
A2 used to say that something is different now from what it was in the past
(não) mais
This coat doesn’t fit me any more.
Translations of “any more”
in Korean 더이상…
in Arabic لَم يَعُد كَما كان…
in Catalan ja…
in Japanese もう(~ない), もはや(~ない)…
in Italian non più…
in Chinese (Traditional) (不)再…
in Russian больше…
in Turkish artık, bundan böyle…
in Chinese (Simplified) (不)再…
in Polish już…
(Definition of any more from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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