Translation of "no" - English-Spanish dictionary

no

adverb uk /nəʊ/ us /noʊ/

A1 something that you say in order to disagree, refuse something, or say that something is not true

no
‘Have you seen Louise?’ ‘No, I haven’t.’
‘Can I come too?’ ‘No, I’m sorry.’
‘He’s horrible.’ ‘No he isn’t!’

A2 something that you say to agree with something that is negative

no
‘He’s not very clever, is he?’ ‘No, he isn’t.’
oh no!

A2 something that you say when you are shocked and upset

¡vaya!
Oh no! I’ve lost my ring!
no more, less, better, etc., than…

not any

no mas de/que, no menos de/que, no mejor que, etc.
The work should be done no later than Friday.
There were no more than 15 people at the concert.
determiner uk /nəʊ/ us /noʊ/

A1 not any

ningún, ninguna, nada de
We have no money.

A2 a word used to say that something is not allowed

prohibido
No smoking.

no.

written abbreviation for number

abreviatura escrita de “number”: número

(Translation of “no” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

No.

written abbreviation

short for number

núm.
room No. 145.

(Translation of “No.” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)