Translation of not in Spanish:
- 1.1 I asked them not to tell anyonenot to go would have been rudeles pedí que no se lo dijeran a nadienot to worry (British English)no ir hubiera sido una groseríaa not inconsiderable sum of money [formal]no importaoh, no, not you again!una suma de dinero bastante considerablethat's mine — it is not!¡Dios mío! ¿tú otra vez?eso es mío — ¡no, señor!Example sentences1.2not that (as conjunction) I'm going to London, not that it's any business of yours
voy a Londres, no es que a ti te importe, pero …Example sentences1.3 (emphatic) not one of them stopped to help
- You are warned not to touch the banisters in the empty, crumbling flats of Craigmillar.
- Members of the public are warned not to try to coax down the eagle themselves.
- His civil servants have been warned not to ask him to do anything sedentary on July 2.
not a penny moreni uno de ellos se paró a ayudar1.4 (replacing clause) See examples: are you pregnant? — I hope notni un penique másI should think not!¿estás embarazada? — espero que nocertainly not!¡claro que no!; ¡faltaría más!of course not!¡de ninguna manera!are you going to help me or not?¡por supuesto or claro que no!¿me vas a ayudar o no?Example sentences
- Not only are we not allowed to cycle any more, we are not allowed to ride the trams either.
- On what grounds Pilger is supposed to be disturbed we are not allowed to know.
- Showmans Guild will not be allowed to change terms and conditions of membership.
- Mum Allison is hoping to hear news today on whether or not she can donate bone marrow to Joshua.
- Travel pages disclose if the writer was a guest of the organizers of the tour or not.
- It's been reported that he also looks after a lady, whether he knows her or not.
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