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not

adverb   /nɒt/
A1 used to give something the opposite meaning no I’m not interested. It’s not mine. It’s for you, not Daniel.
A2 used after verbs such as ‘be afraid’, ‘hope’, or ‘suspect’ in short negative replies que no ‘Is he coming with us?’ ‘I hope not.’ ‘Have you finished yet?’ ‘I’m afraid not.’
or not
A2 used to express the possibility that something might not happen o no Are you going to the party or not? I don’t know if she’s coming or not.
(Definition of not from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

not

adverb /not/
(often abbreviated to n’t) a word used for denying, forbidding, refusing, or expressing the opposite of something no I did not see him I didn’t see him He isn’t here Isn’t he coming? They told me not to go Not a single person came to the party We’re going to London, not Paris That’s not true!
used with certain verbs such as hope, seem, believe, expect and also with be afraid no ’Have you got much money?’ ’I’m afraid not’ ’Is he going to fail his exam?’ ’I hope not’.
not at all
it does not matter; it is not important etc en absoluto ’Thank you for helping me.’ ’Not at all.’
(Definition of not from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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