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-n't

Contraction of not.
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-n't

contraction of
not: used as an enclitic after be and have when they function as main verbs and after auxiliary verbs or verbs operating syntactically as auxiliaries: can't; don't; shouldn't; needn't; daren't; isn't.
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-n't

a contraction of not: didn't; hadn't; couldn't; shouldn't; won't.

NT

or N.T.,

1. New Testament.
2. Northern Territory.
3. Northwest Territories.
4. Nunavut.
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Translations

not

(not) adverb
1. (often abbreviated to n't) a word used for denying, forbidding, refusing, or expressing the opposite of something. I did not see him; I didn't see him; He isn't here; Isn't he coming?; They told me not to go; Not a single person came to the party; We're going to London, not Paris; That's not true!
2. used with certain verbs such as hope, ~seem, ~believe, ~expect and also with be afraid. `Have you got much money?' `I'm afraid not'; `Is he going to fail his exam?' `I hope not'.
not at all
it does not matter; it is not important etc. `Thank you for helping me.' `Not at all.'
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