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"By no means" is a phrase which is often translated as "de ninguna manera", and "at all" is a phrase which is often translated as "en absoluto". Learn more about the difference between "by no means" and "at all" below.
by no means(
bay
 
no
 
minz
)
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (general)
a. de ninguna manera
Although this is by no means what the author meant, many reviewers insist on this interpretation.Si bien esto no es de ninguna manera lo que el autor quiso decir, muchos críticos insisten en esta interpretación.
b. en modo alguno
Inflation is by no means our most serious problem.La inflación no es en modo alguno nuestro problema más grave.
c. en absoluto
You are late. - By no means; I was supposed to be here at 10, and it's a quarter to.Llegaste tarde. - En absoluto. Se suponía que tenía que estar aquí a las 10, y son menos cuarto.
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at all(
aht
 
al
)
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (adverbial)
a. en absoluto
What's the matter? - Nothing at all.¿Qué te pasa? - Nada en absoluto.
b. en lo más mínimo
I am not a fan of soccer, so I don't care at all who wins the World Cup.No soy fan del fútbol, así que no me importa en lo más mínimo quien gane la Copa Mundial.
c. para nada
I don't like that color at all.Ese color no me gusta para nada.
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