Translation: from english

ingen var savnet

  • 1 by no means

    1) (definitely not: `Can I go home now?' `By no means!) på ingen måde; under ingen omstændigheder
    2) ((also not by any means) not at all: I'm by no means certain to win.) på ingen måde
    * * *
    1) (definitely not: `Can I go home now?' `By no means!) på ingen måde; under ingen omstændigheder
    2) ((also not by any means) not at all: I'm by no means certain to win.) på ingen måde

    English-Danish dictionary > by no means

  • 2 it's no joke

    (it is a serious or worrying matter: It's no joke when water gets into the petrol tank.) ingen spøg
    * * *
    (it is a serious or worrying matter: It's no joke when water gets into the petrol tank.) ingen spøg

    English-Danish dictionary > it's no joke

  • 3 it's no use

    (it's impossible or useless: He tried in vain to do it, then said `It's no use.') det er til ingen nytte
    * * *
    (it's impossible or useless: He tried in vain to do it, then said `It's no use.') det er til ingen nytte

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  • 4 missing

    adjective (not in the usual place or not able to be found: The child has been missing since Tuesday; I've found those missing papers.) savnet; manglende
    * * *
    adjective (not in the usual place or not able to be found: The child has been missing since Tuesday; I've found those missing papers.) savnet; manglende

    English-Danish dictionary > missing

  • 5 neither

    adjective, pronoun
    (not the one nor the other (of two things or people): Neither window faces the sea; Neither of them could understand Italian.) ingen
    * * *
    adjective, pronoun
    (not the one nor the other (of two things or people): Neither window faces the sea; Neither of them could understand Italian.) ingen

    English-Danish dictionary > neither

  • 6 no

    [nəu] 1. adjective
    1) (not any: We have no food; No other person could have done it.) ingen
    2) (not allowed: No smoking.) forbudt
    3) (not a: He is no friend of mine; This will be no easy task.) ingen; ikke nogen
    2. adverb
    (not (any): He is no better at golf than swimming; He went as far as the shop and no further.) ikke
    3. interjection
    (a word used for denying, disagreeing, refusing etc: `Do you like travelling?' `No, (I don't).'; No, I don't agree; `Will you help me?' `No, I won't.') nej
    4. noun plural
    ( noes)
    1) (a refusal: She answered with a definite no.) nej
    2) (a vote against something: The noes have won.) nejstemme
    5. noun
    (a very unimportant person: She's just a nobody.) nul
    - there's no saying
    - knowing
    * * *
    [nəu] 1. adjective
    1) (not any: We have no food; No other person could have done it.) ingen
    2) (not allowed: No smoking.) forbudt
    3) (not a: He is no friend of mine; This will be no easy task.) ingen; ikke nogen
    2. adverb
    (not (any): He is no better at golf than swimming; He went as far as the shop and no further.) ikke
    3. interjection
    (a word used for denying, disagreeing, refusing etc: `Do you like travelling?' `No, (I don't).'; No, I don't agree; `Will you help me?' `No, I won't.') nej
    4. noun plural
    ( noes)
    1) (a refusal: She answered with a definite no.) nej
    2) (a vote against something: The noes have won.) nejstemme
    5. noun
    (a very unimportant person: She's just a nobody.) nul
    - there's no saying
    - knowing

    English-Danish dictionary > no

  • 7 no good

    (useless; pointless: It's no good crying for help - no-one will hear you; This penknife is no good - the blades are blunt.) nytteløs; til ingen nytte
    * * *
    (useless; pointless: It's no good crying for help - no-one will hear you; This penknife is no good - the blades are blunt.) nytteløs; til ingen nytte

    English-Danish dictionary > no good

  • 8 no less a person etc than

    as great a person etc as: I had tea with no less a person than the Prime Minister) ingen ringere end; selveste
    * * *
    as great a person etc as: I had tea with no less a person than the Prime Minister) ingen ringere end; selveste

    English-Danish dictionary > no less a person etc than

  • 9 no time (at all)

    (a very short time indeed: The journey took no time (at all).) ingen tid
    * * *
    (a very short time indeed: The journey took no time (at all).) ingen tid

    English-Danish dictionary > no time (at all)

  • 10 no-one

    pronoun (no person; nobody: She will see no-one; No-one is to blame.) ingen
    * * *
    pronoun (no person; nobody: She will see no-one; No-one is to blame.) ingen

    English-Danish dictionary > no-one

  • 11 no/none other than

    (the very same person as: The man who had sent the flowers was none other than the man she had spoken to the night before.) ingen anden end
    * * *
    (the very same person as: The man who had sent the flowers was none other than the man she had spoken to the night before.) ingen anden end

    English-Danish dictionary > no/none other than

  • 12 nobody

    pronoun (no person; no-one: Nobody likes him.) ingen; ikke nogen
    * * *
    pronoun (no person; no-one: Nobody likes him.) ingen; ikke nogen

    English-Danish dictionary > nobody

  • 13 none

    1. pronoun
    (not one; not any: `How many tickets have you got?' `None'; She asked me for some sugar but there was none in the house; None of us have/has seen him; None of your cheek! (= Don't be cheeky!).) ingen; intet
    2. adverb
    (not at all: He is none the worse for his accident.) overhovedet ikke
    - nonetheless
    - none the less
    * * *
    1. pronoun
    (not one; not any: `How many tickets have you got?' `None'; She asked me for some sugar but there was none in the house; None of us have/has seen him; None of your cheek! (= Don't be cheeky!).) ingen; intet
    2. adverb
    (not at all: He is none the worse for his accident.) overhovedet ikke
    - nonetheless
    - none the less

    English-Danish dictionary > none

  • 14 nowhere

    ['nəuweə]
    (in or to no place; not anywhere: It was nowhere to be found; `Where have you been?' `Nowhere in particular.') intetsteds; ingen steder
    * * *
    ['nəuweə]
    (in or to no place; not anywhere: It was nowhere to be found; `Where have you been?' `Nowhere in particular.') intetsteds; ingen steder

    English-Danish dictionary > nowhere

  • 15 of no avail

    (of no use or effect: He tried to revive her but to no avail; His efforts were of no avail.) nytte; til ingen nytte
    * * *
    (of no use or effect: He tried to revive her but to no avail; His efforts were of no avail.) nytte; til ingen nytte

    English-Danish dictionary > of no avail

  • 16 on no account

    (not for any reason: On no account must you open that door.) under ingen omstændigheder
    * * *
    (not for any reason: On no account must you open that door.) under ingen omstændigheder

    English-Danish dictionary > on no account

  • 17 parallel

    ['pærəlel] 1. adjective
    1) ((of straight lines) going in the same direction and always staying the same distance apart: The road is parallel to/with the river.) parallel
    2) (alike (in some way): There are parallel passages in the two books.) parallel
    2. adverb
    (in the same direction but always about the same distance away: We sailed parallel to the coast for several days.) parallelt
    3. noun
    1) (a line parallel to another: Draw a parallel to this line.) parallel
    2) (a likeness or state of being alike: Is there a parallel between the British Empire and the Roman Empire?) lighedspunkt; parallel
    3) (a line drawn from east to west across a map etc at a fixed distance from the equator: The border between Canada and the United States follows the forty-ninth parallel.) breddegrad
    4. verb
    (to be equal to: His stupidity can't be paralleled.) finde ingen lige
    * * *
    ['pærəlel] 1. adjective
    1) ((of straight lines) going in the same direction and always staying the same distance apart: The road is parallel to/with the river.) parallel
    2) (alike (in some way): There are parallel passages in the two books.) parallel
    2. adverb
    (in the same direction but always about the same distance away: We sailed parallel to the coast for several days.) parallelt
    3. noun
    1) (a line parallel to another: Draw a parallel to this line.) parallel
    2) (a likeness or state of being alike: Is there a parallel between the British Empire and the Roman Empire?) lighedspunkt; parallel
    3) (a line drawn from east to west across a map etc at a fixed distance from the equator: The border between Canada and the United States follows the forty-ninth parallel.) breddegrad
    4. verb
    (to be equal to: His stupidity can't be paralleled.) finde ingen lige

    English-Danish dictionary > parallel

  • 18 precious few/little

    (very few/little: I've precious little money left.) næsten ingen
    * * *
    (very few/little: I've precious little money left.) næsten ingen

    English-Danish dictionary > precious few/little

  • 19 to no avail

    (of no use or effect: He tried to revive her but to no avail; His efforts were of no avail.) nytte; til ingen nytte
    * * *
    (of no use or effect: He tried to revive her but to no avail; His efforts were of no avail.) nytte; til ingen nytte

    English-Danish dictionary > to no avail

  • 20 to no purpose

    (with no useful results.) til ingen nytte
    * * *
    (with no useful results.) til ingen nytte

    English-Danish dictionary > to no purpose


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