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neither /ˈniːðɚ/  /ˈnaɪðɚ/

  • adjective
    not one or the other of two people or things
    Neither answer is correct. [=both answers are wrong]
    Which answer is correct? Neither one.
    Neither sweater fits her.
    not the one and not the other of two people or things
    Neither (of the two answersis correct.
    Which one do you want? Neither, thanks.
    Neither of them dances well.
    Neither is correctHoweverin informal writing and speecha plural verb is common when neither is followed by of.
    Neither of the answers is/are correct.
    Neither of them know/knows my friend.
    used with nor to indicate two or more people, things, actions, etc., about which something is not true
    Neither my wife nor I can attend the party.
    I neither know nor care.
    I'm neither happy nor sad.
    She eats neither meat nor cheese. [=(more commonlyshe does not eat meat or cheese]
    When neither and nor are used to join two subjects, the verb should agree with the subject that is closer to it.
    Neither my father nor I am going to the meeting.
    also not - used after a negative statement
    I don't believe his story. Neither do I. [=I also do not believe his story]
    They didn't believe his storyand neither did I.
    I did not believe his storybut neither did I believe hers.
    me neither
    xem either
    neither here nor there
    xem here