Definition of 'neither ... nor'
Translations for 'neither ... nor'
British English: neither … nor /ˈnaɪðə; ˈniːðə nɔː; nə/ CONJUNCTION
You use neither … nor when you are talking about two or more things that are not true or that do not happen.
The play was neither as funny nor as exciting as she said it was.
- American English: neither
- Arabic: لَا هَذَا وَلَا ذَاكَ
- Brazilian Portuguese: nem
- Chinese: 既不...也不
- Croatian: niti
- Czech: ani ... ani
- Danish: hverken … eller
- Dutch: noch… noch
- European Spanish: ni
- Finnish: ei ..eikä
- French: ni … ni
- German: auch nicht
- Greek: ούτε … ούτε
- Italian: né
- Japanese: また･･･でない
- Korean: ...도 또한 ...아니다
- Norwegian: heller ikke
- Polish: ani
- European Portuguese: nem
- Romanian: nici … nici …
- Russian: ни один
- Spanish: ni
- Swedish: inte heller
- Thai: ไม่ใช่ทั้งสอง
- Turkish: ne o, ne bu
- Ukrainian: ні … ні
- Vietnamese: không cái nào trong hai cái
Nearby words of 'neither ... nor'
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