No quiero ir al cine.
I don't want to go to the movies.
No entiendo lo que dices.
I don't understand what you're saying.
Meaning: No longer
Ya no vivo en esa ciudad.
I no longer live in that city.
No tengo dinero.
I have no money.
A1: No quiero ir al cine.
A1: I don't want to go to the cinema.
A1: No tengo dinero.
A1: I don't have money.
A1: No entiendo la pregunta.
A1: I don't understand the question.
B1: No he visto esa película todavía.
B1: I haven't seen that movie yet.
B1: No había comido cuando llegaste.
B1: I hadn't eaten when you arrived.
B2: No habríamos ganado sin tu ayuda.
B2: We wouldn't have won without your help.
C1: No me arrepiento de haber tomado esa decisión.
C1: I don't regret having made that decision.
C1: No se puede negar que es un buen actor.
C1: It cannot be denied that he is a good actor.
C2: No hay duda de que ella es la mejor en su campo.
C2: There is no doubt that she is the best in her field.
The Spanish adverb 'no' is used to express negation or denial. It is the equivalent of the English word 'no'.
In Spanish, 'no' is placed before the verb it negates. For example, 'No quiero ir' means 'I don't want to go'.
Additionally, 'no' can be used as a standalone response to answer negatively to a question. For instance, if someone asks '¿Vas a la fiesta?' (Are you going to the party?), you can simply respond with 'No' (No).