no exclamation translate to Turkish: Cambridge Dictionary
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Translation of "no" - English-Turkish dictionary

no

exclamation
 
 
/nəʊ/
DISAGREE A1 something that you say in order to disagree, give a negative answer, or say that something is not true
hayır
"Have you seen Louise?" "No, I haven't." "Have you ever been to Ireland?" "No." "Can I have some more cake?" "No, you'll be sick." "He's really ugly." "No he isn't!"Yes, no and not
AGREE A2 something that you say to agree with something that is negative
hayır
"He's not very bright, is he?" "No, I'm afraid not."Yes, no and not
Oh no! A2 something that you say when you are shocked and upset
A, hayır!'
Oh no! It's gone all over the carpet!InterjectionsSounds used as interjections
(Definition of no exclamation from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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