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nor

adverb, conjunction
 
 
/nɔːr/
neither...nor... B2 used after 'neither' to introduce the second thing in a negative sentence: Strangely, neither James nor Emma saw what happened. He neither spoke nor moved.Yes, no and notEither, or, neither, nor
nor can I/nor do you, etc mainly UK B2 used after something negative to say that the same thing is true for someone or something else: "I don't like cats." "Nor do I." "I won't get to see him tomorrow." "Nor will Tom." She couldn't speak a word of Italian and nor could I.Either, or, neither, nor
Translations of “nor”
in Korean -도 아니다…
in Arabic وَلا…
in Portuguese nem…
in Catalan tampoc…
in Japanese ~も~(し)ない…
in Italian neppure…
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