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no hay nada
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (there isn't a thing)
a. there's nothing
¿Qué vamos a cenar? No hay nada en la nevera.What are we going to have for dinner? There's nothing in the fridge.
b. there is nothing
No hay nada malo en querer estar solo de vez en cuando.There is nothing wrong with wanting to be alone from time to time.
c. there isn't anything
¿Estás segura de que no hay nada que podamos hacer por ti? Si se te ocurre algo, llámanos.Are you sure there isn't anything we can do for you? Call if you can think of something.
2. (there is nothing comparable to; used with "como")
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