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Spanish translation of “no”

no

adjective /nəu/
not any
ninguno
We have no food No other person could have done it.
not allowed
prohibido
No smoking.
not a
ningún
He is no friend of mine This will be no easy task.
nobody pronoun no person; no-one
nadie
Nobody likes him.
no-one pronoun no person; nobody
nadie
She will see no-one No-one is to blame.
there’s no saying/knowing etc it is impossible to say, know etc
no se puede saber, es imposible saber
There’s no denying it There’s no knowing what she will say.
(Definition of no from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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