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  *没* | 没* | *没
(negative prefix for verbs) / have not / not
  *没* | 没* | *没
drowned / to end / to die / to inundate
haven't / hasn't / doesn't exist / to not have / to not be
(before a noun) Do (you, they etc) have ...? / Is there a ...? / (before a verb) Did (you, they etc) (verb, infinitive)? / Have (you, they etc) (verb, past participle)?
it is nothing / there's nothing ... about it
to come and go / to roam about (mostly unseen) / (of a ghost) to haunt (a place) / (of a criminal) to stalk (the streets) / (of the sun) to rise and set
nothing / it doesn't matter / it's nothing / never mind
didn't expect
no problem
to be dead / not to be, or cease to exist
there is nothing to be done / one can't do anything about it
that's right / sure! / rest assured! / that's good / can't go wrong
it doesn't matter
never (in the past) / never did
have never / never before
have never / has never
to confiscate / to seize
not to have any meaning / meaningless
at a loss / unable to do anything about it / to have no choice
it's not important / it's nothing / never mind / to have nothing to do / to be free / to be all right (out of danger or trouble)
not a bit / nothing is up / nothing alarming is happening
to submerge / to drown / to flood / to drown out (also fig.)
to sink
discharged / flat / dead (of batteries)
to decline / to wane
there is no difference / it makes no difference
to have no strength / to feel weak / exhausted / feeling listless / boring / of no interest
(coll.) not a chance / no way / hopeless
without end / incessantly / on and on
total defeat of an army (idiom); fig. a complete wipeout
infertile / unable to have children
hopeless / incurable
ashamed / embarrassed / not having the face (to meet people) / not daring (out of shame)
to have no alternative / to be helpless
to have spare time / free from work / it's not important / it's nothing / never mind
to embezzle / to swallow up / to engulf
outspoken / artless / tactless
really good / excellent
boring / of no interest
one's contributions cannot go unnoticed (idiom)
to engulf / to bury / to overlook / to stifle / to neglect / to fall into oblivion
at a loss / unable to do anything about it / to have no choice
at one's wit's end / unable to find a way out
listless / dispirited / washed out / also written 沒精打彩|没精打彩
to bury / to submerge / to pass into oblivion / to obliterate / to annihilate (physics)
simple-minded / thoughtless / heartless / nitwitted
to immerse / to swamp
almost / nearly / (i.e. same as 差點|差点)
trivial (matters) / triviality / nonsense / rubbish
myrrh (Commiphora myrrha)
unsure / uncertain / unending
ashamed / embarrassed / not having the face (to meet people) / not daring (out of shame)
lit. Gods appear and devils vanish (idiom); to appear and disappear unpredictably / to change rapidly
inappropriate / bad-mannered
nothing to pick on / really good / nothing to discuss / settled matter / no problem
without any reason / for no reason
lit. there is not even the first stroke of the character (idiom) / fig. things have not even begun to take shape / no sign of success yet
erhua variant of 沒人味|没人味
to vanish gradually / to disappear / to fade out
(dialect) silly
without rules, nothing can be done (idiom); one must follow some rules
hopeless / helpless / incurable / fantastic / out of this world
unimportant / perfunctory / indifferent / (of conversation) idly
sunk cost (economics)
without relatives or friends
struck dumb / speechless
to speak one minute and be quiet the next
to have no strength / to feel weak / feeling listless
erhua variant of 沒勁|没劲
not to have the guts (to do sth) / cowardly
to be clueless / to have no plan
not sure / maybe
to invite a snub / to court a rebuff
no way / impossible
hard to forget even after one's teeth fall out (idiom); to remember a benefactor as long as one lives / undying gratitude
to lose one's life / to die / recklessly / desperately
(old) unprincipled / incorrect / (modern) unnatural / against reason / incredible
While the green hills last, there'll be wood to burn (idiom). Where there's life there's hope.
lit. once you've shot the arrow, there's no getting it back (idiom) / fig. once you started sth, there's no turning back / to have to finish what one started / to be determined to reach one's goals in spite of setbacks
a youth without facial hair cannot be relied upon (proverb)
annihilated / capsized
embarrassing / dull / unsatisfactory
to sink / to drown
don't know what to do with you / can't really say no to you
all good things must come to an end (idiom)
without a second thought
veiled / obscure
lacking in class / tacky / tasteless
shameless / brazen

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