There are 5 translations of no in English:

no1

adv

  • 1 (como respuesta) no (modificando adverbios, oraciones, verbos) not la negación de la mayoría de los verbos ingleses requiere el uso del auxiliar 'do': ¿te gustó? — no did you like it? — no o no, I didn't ¿vienes? — no are you coming? — no o no, I'm not NO al cierre del hospital NO to the closure of the hospital pídeselo tú — ¡ah, no! ¡eso no! you ask her — oh, no! no way! [colloquial/familiar] ¿por qué no quieres ir? — porque no why don't you want to go? — I just don't no todos podemos tener dos casas y un yate we can't all have two houses and a yacht ¿lo encontraste difícil? — no mucho did you find it difficult? — not really o not very o not particularly no solo que no ayuda, sino que molesta not only doesn't he help, he gets in the way se fue, no sin antes recordarme que … he left, but not before reminding me that … no porque sea caro tiene que ser mejor the fact that it's expensive doesn't necessarily mean it's better no te preocupes — ¡no voy a preocuparme! don't worry — what do you mean, don't worry!
  • 2 (con otro negativo) no veo nada I can't see a thing o anything no viene nunca she never comes no es ni rico ni guapo he isn't rich or good-looking, he's neither rich nor good-looking
  • 3 (en coletillas interrogativas) está mejor ¿no? she's better, isn't she? comprendes ¿no? you understand, don't you? lo mandaste ¿no? you sent it, didn't you? ha dimitido ¿no? he has resigned, hasn't he? más vale tarde que nunca ¿no? better late than never, don't you think?
  • 4 (expresando incredulidad) la plantó dos días antes de la boda — ¡no! he broke up with her two days before the wedding — he didn't! o no!
  • 5 (sustituyendo a una cláusula) creo que no I don't think so ¿podemos ir? — he dicho que no can we go? — I said no ¿te gustó? a mí no did you like it? I didn't tiene que ser rojo, si nono sirve it has to be red, it's no good otherwise yo llegaré antes — ¡a que no! I'll get there first — I bet you won't! no lo hemos visto, ¿a que no, Paloma? we haven't seen him; have we, Paloma? voy a salir — ¡que no! I'm going out — no, you are not! ¿no que no vendrías? (Méx) didn't you say you weren't coming?, I thought you said you weren't coming
  • 6 (sin valor negativo) prefiero que llueva que no que haga este frío I'd rather it rained than have it this cold nadie viajará hasta que no recibamos el dinero no-one can travel until we receive the money ¡cuántas veces no se lo habré dicho! how many times have I told him! ¿y esta boba no va y se lo cuenta todo? and would you believe this stupid idiot went and told him everything? tenía miedo no le fuese a ocurrir algo I was afraid something might happen to him ¿no me lavarías esto? do you think you could wash this for me, please?
  • 7 7.1 (delante de n) los no fumadores nonsmokers la no violencia non-violence sustantivos no numerables uncountable nouns 7.2 (delante de adj, pp) un hijo no deseado an unwanted child un visado no renovable a nonrenewable visa material no inflamable nonflammable material los objetos no reclamados unclaimed articles

    Compounds

    no va más

    m
    • (Esp) este restaurante es el no va más this restaurant is in a class of its own o is absolutely first-rate tiene un equipo de música que es el no va más he has a state-of-the-art sound system era el no va másde los clubs it was the top club

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There are 5 translations of no in English:

no2

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NO

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There are 5 translations of no in English:

ño

ña

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  • (Chi) [familiar/colloquial]abbreviation of Señor/Señora/Señorita used to refer to older people in rural communities

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