He doesn't have a girlfriend yet.
Had you no friends?
I don't have that much money now.
There's nobody here.
There is no snow today.
There is no life on the moon.
v.(used in comparison) not be as good as; be inferior to
I'm not as tall as her.
I don't study as hard as she does.
The problem is not as complicated as he imagined.
v.be fewer than; be less than; be not more than
There isn't much space in my home.
He left soon.
That house covers a floor space less than 30 square metres.
adv.never; not; have not or did not
She hasn't been here for two days.
He has not yet fully recovered.
Her hair is not dry yet.
die of an illness
Words and phrases with 没
- 没辙[word]be at the end of one's rope
- 没法儿[word]no way; impossible
- 没关系[word]doesn't matter
- 没戏[word]be hopeless
- 没跑儿[word]be certain
- 没完[word]not over; have not finished with somebody
- 没商量[word]no room for discussion
- 没办法[word]Nothing can be done about it.
- 没见识[word]inexperienced and ignorant
- 没心没肺[idiom]be mindless; be simple-minded
- 没脸没皮[idiom]same as 没皮没脸
- 没日没夜[idiom]night and day
- 没精打采[idiom]be in low spirits
- 没大没小[idiom]show no respect for one's elders
- 没事找事[idiom]ask for trouble; cavil
- 没头没脑[idiom]have no point; illogical
- 没头苍蝇[idiom]a headless fly
- NoteWhen pronounced as "mò", "没" refers to "sink into the water", such as "沉没"; it also refers to "disappear, confiscat, etc.", such as "神出鬼没". When pronounced as "méi", the basic meaning is "nothing".