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Significado de “nor” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "nor" - Diccionario Inglés

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norconjunction

uk   /nɔːr/  us   /nɔːr/
used before the second or last of a set of ​negativepossibilities, usually after "neither": We can neither ​change nor ​improve it. Strangely, neither Carlo nor Juan ​saw what ​happened.B2 mainly UK neither: "I've never been to Iceland." "Nor have I." I can't be at the ​meeting and nor can Andrew.

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Significado de "nor" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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norconjunction

 us   /nɔr, nər/
used before the second or last of a ​series of ​negativepossibilities that usually ​begin with "neither": Neither Michael nor his ​wife was ​injured in the ​crash.
(Definition of nor from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “nor”
en coreano -도 아니다…
en árabe وَلا…
in Malaysian begitu juga…
en francés d’ailleurs, non plus…
en chino (tradicionál) 也不(通常與 neither 連用), 也不,也沒有…
en italiano neppure…
en español ni, tampoco…
in Vietnamese cũng không…
en portugués nem…
in Thai ไม่ (มักใช้คู่กับ neither)…
en alemán auch nicht…
en catalán tampoc…
en japonés ~も~(し)ない…
en chino (simplificado) 也不(通常与 neither 连用), 也不,也没有…
in Indonesian juga tidak…
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