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 Translation for 'Never mind' from English to Spanish
¡No importa!Never mind!
Partial Matches
nunca {adv}never
32
jamás {adv}never
10
jamás de los jamases {adv}never ever
casi nunca {adv}almost never
como nunca {adv}as never before
proverb.
Nunca es tarde si la dicha es buena.
Better late than never.
nada {adv}never [not at all]
proverb.
Más vale tarde que nunca.
Better late than never.
unverified Un solo idioma nunca es suficiente!One language is never enough!
Nunca entenderé eso.I will never understand this.
unverified más vale tarde que nunca [locución]Better late than never [idiom]
(Ellos/Ellas) nunca están de acuerdo en política.They never agree about politics.
Ahora o nunca. [locución]It's now or never. [idiom]
Nunca se es demasiado cuidadoso. [locución]You can never be too careful. [idiom]
proverb.
Nunca es tarde para aprender.
It's never too late to learn.
No te allanas nunca. You never give way. [never admit defeat in an argument]
inteligencia {f}mind
mente {f}mind
11
razón {f}mind
3
juicio {m}mind
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Usage Examples English
  • In 2010, Wogan made a cameo appearance in the second series of "Being Human", and also guest-hosted the fourth episode of the 24th series of "Never Mind the Buzzcocks".
  • In 1983, the Bollock Brothers released a track-by track-cover version of the album, called "Never Mind the Bollocks 1983".
  • On 5 December 2011, Dave Cairns appeared as a guest on BBC Two programme, "Never Mind The Buzzcocks".
  • Buxton has made appearances on "Have I Got News for You", "Never Mind the Buzzcocks", "The IT Crowd", "Don't Watch That, Watch This" and "Look Around You" among others.
  • He successfully defended Virgin Records in a 1977 obscenity hearing for using the word bollocks in the title of the Sex Pistols album "Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols" and the manager of the Nottingham branch of Virgin record shop chain for displaying and selling the record.

  • The song "Raise Hell" was an original Anthrax recording exclusive to the EP, and "God Save the Queen" was originally recorded by the Sex Pistols on the "Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols" album.
  • The first two, "Pictures of Starving Children Sell Records" (1985) and "Never Mind the Ballots" (1987), were repackaged as one disc under the title "First 2".
  • A British view of Dreiser came from the publisher Rupert Hart-Davis: "Theodore Dreiser's books are enough to stop me in my tracks, never mind his letters—that slovenly turgid style describing endless business deals, with a seduction every hundred pages as light relief.
  • Initially to be called "God Save Sex Pistols", it became known during the summer as "Never Mind the Bollocks".
  • On 16 November 2006, Garlick appeared as the hidden musician in the 'Identity Parade' round on the BBC's "Never Mind the Buzzcocks" game show.

  • The collective's centre of gravity moved with John Gill (bass player, producer and assistant engineer on Never Mind the Bollocks) to Manchester, where he soon developed connections with the reggae musicians surrounding Moss Side and specifically the Rastafarian organisation, The Twelve Tribes of Israel.
  • Under the new management of The Stranglers manager Sil Willcox a number of CD releases followed, largely featuring re-recordings of older works, but also "Never Mind The Bullocks, Ere's The Wurzels" containing cover versions of contemporary British rock songs.
  • It was released as the band's debut single on 26 November 1976 and was later featured on their album "Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols".
  • On 31 October 2011, Young was also the guest host of "Never Mind the Buzzcocks".
  • Later in 2006, she appeared as a guest on BBC Two's music-based panel show "Never Mind the Buzzcocks".

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