If you want to know how to translate nor when used in combination with neither, look at the entry → neither. - When used as a conjunction to show agreement or similarity with a negative statement, nor is very often translated by nemmeno or neanche: “I don't like him”, - “nor do I” = “a me non piace” - “nemmeno a me”; “he's not Spanish” - “nor is John” = “non è spagnolo” - “neanche John”; “I can't sleep” - “nor can I” = “non riesco a dormire” - “nemmeno io”. - When used to give additional information to a negative statement, nor can very often be translated by (e) nemmeno or (e) neanche preceded by a negative verb: she hasn't written, nor has she telephoned = non ha scritto, e nemmeno ha telefonato; I do not wish to insult you, (but) nor do I wish to lose my money = non voglio offenderti, ma neanche voglio perdere i miei soldi. - For examples and further uses of nor, see the entry below.
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