1 cuando el río suena agua lleva• there is no need to make such a fuss• there is no such a thing
2 cuando el río suena piedras trae• there is no need to make such a fuss• there is no such a thing
3 ¡ni tanto ni tan calvo!
4 habría= there'd [there would].Nota: Contracción de there would.Ex. Work flow might even be smoother because there'd be no need to examine each book the moment it's returned to see whether or not it's overdue.* * *= there'd [there would].Nota: Contracción de there would.
Ex: Work flow might even be smoother because there'd be no need to examine each book the moment it's returned to see whether or not it's overdue.
5 no tener ni un pelo de tonto= there are no flies (on/about) + PronombreEx. Arabin stared at the interruption, but the man continued: 'You need not stare; there are no flies about me -- what I say I mean to do'.* * *= there are no flies (on/about) + Pronombre
Ex: Arabin stared at the interruption, but the man continued: 'You need not stare; there are no flies about me -- what I say I mean to do'.
6 no cabe duda• there are no two ways about it• there is a rumor abroad• there is no chance• there is no doubt about it• there is no need for all that palaver• there is no smoke without fire• there's more than one way to skin a cat• there's no doubt that
7 probar no cuesta nada• there is no getting out of it• there is no need for all that palaver
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