no servir para nada

An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (general)
a. to be useless
¿Por qué dices que no sirves para nada? Yo creo que tienes mucho talento, pero que no sabes explotarlo.Why do you say you're useless? I think you have a lot of talent, but you don't know how to exploit it.
b. to be completely useless
No sirve para nada. Si no lo hemos despedido es solo porque nos da pena.He's completely useless. If we haven't fired him, it's only because we feel sorry for him.
c. to be no good
Este líquido limpiacristales es barato, pero no sirve para nada, ensucia más las ventanas en lugar de limpiarlas.This window cleaning liquid is cheap, but it's no good. It makes windows dirtier rather than cleaning them.
d. to be no use
Tiré el abrelatas viejo porque no servía para nada y compré este.I threw away the old can opener because it was no use and bought this one.
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