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nor

conjunction uk   /nɔːr/ us    /nɔːr/
used before the second or last of a set of negative possibilities, 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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in Spanish ni, tampoco…
in Arabic وَلا…
in Korean -도 아니다…
in Portuguese nem…
in French d’ailleurs, non plus…
in German auch nicht…
in Catalan tampoc…
in Japanese ~も~(し)ない…
in Chinese (Simplified) 也不(通常与 neither 连用), 也不,也没有…
in Chinese (Traditional) 也不(通常與 neither 連用), 也不,也沒有…
in Italian neppure…
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