English - Vietnamese Dictionary
none /nʌn/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- không ai, chẳng một ai, không người nào; không vật gì
- none of us was there: không một người nào trong bọn chúng tôi có mặt tại đó
- I want none of these things: tôi không cần một cái gì trong các thứ này cả
- his paintings are none none of the best: những bức hoạ của anh ta không phải là những bức đẹp nhất
- money I have none: tiền tôi không có một đồng nào
- to choose none but the best: chỉ chọn cái tốt nhất
- the new arrived was none other than the President: người nói đến chính là ông chủ tịch
- phó từ
- không chút nào, tuyệt không
- he was none too soon: nó đến không phải là quá sớm đâu
- I slept none last night: đêm qua tôi chẳng chợp mắt chút nào
+a canonical hour that is the ninth hour of the day counting from sunrise
+a service in the Roman Catholic Church formerly read or chanted at 3 PM (the ninth hour counting from sunrise) but now somewhat earlier
+not at all or in no way
Advanced English Dictionary
no one, not anyone, nobody, no person; not one; not any; nil:
Of all the people I met, none impressed me more than Kathy. I'd give you a sweet if I had one, but I have none. I'd even give you money, but I have none.
pronoun ~ (of sb/sth) not one of a group of people or things; not any: None of these pens works / work. + We have three sons but none of them lives / live nearby. + We saw several houses but none we really liked. + Tickets for Friday? Sorry we've got none left. + He told me all the news but none of it was very exciting. + 'Is there any more milk?' 'No, none at all.' + (formal) Everybody liked him but none (= nobody) more than I.
Idioms: none but (literary) only: None but he knew the truth.
none other than used to emphasize who or what sb/sth is, when this is surprising: Her first customer was none other than Mrs Blair.
have / want none of sth to refuse to accept sth: I offered to pay but he was having none of it.
none the less = NONETHELESS
1 used with the and a comparative to mean 'not at all': She told me what it meant at great length but I'm afraid I'm none the wiser. + He seems none the worse for the experience.
2 used with too and an adjective or adverb to mean 'not at all' or 'not very': She was looking none too pleased.
When you use none of with an uncountable noun, the verb is in the singular: None of the work was done.
When you use none of with a plural noun or pronoun, or a singular noun referring to a group of people or things, you can use either a singular or a plural verb. The singular form is used in a formal style in BrE: None of the trains is/are going to London. + None of her family has/have been to college.
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