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Translation of "nowhere" - English-Spanish dictionary

nowhere

adverb /ˈnəuweə/
in or to no place; not anywhere
en ninguna parte, en ningún sitio, en ningún lugar
It was nowhere to be found ’Where have you been?’ ’Nowhere in particular.’
nowhere near not nearly
muy lejos de
We’ve nowhere near enough money to buy a car.
Translations of “nowhere”
in Arabic لا مَكان…
in Korean 아무데도…
in Malaysian tidak ada tempat…
in French nulle part…
in Turkish hiçbir yer/yere/yerde…
in Italian in nessun luogo, da nessuna parte…
in Chinese (Traditional) 任何地方都不, 無處, 不成功…
in Russian нигде, негде, никуда…
in Polish nigdzie…
in Vietnamese không nơi đâu…
in Portuguese em nenhum lugar…
in Thai ไม่มีที่ไหน…
in German nirgendwo…
in Catalan enlloc…
in Japanese どこにも~ない…
in Indonesian tidak di mana pun…
in Chinese (Simplified) 任何地方都不, 无处, 不成功…
(Definition of nowhere from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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