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English definition of “neither”

neither

conjunction
 
 
/ˈnaɪðər, ˈniːðər/
neither ... nor B2 used when a negative fact is true of two people or things or when someone or something does not have either of two qualities: Neither he nor his mother would talk to the police. Their performance was neither entertaining nor educational.Either, or, neither, nor
(Definition of neither conjunction from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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