English version

no thanks

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishno thanksno thanks informalNOused to say politely that you do not want something ‘How about some cake?’ ‘Oh, no thanks, I’m on a diet.’ thanks
Examples from the Corpus
no thanksThanks, but - no thanks!Carrie said we could do another screen but I said no thanks.He offers me a free go too but I just stick my nose in the air and say no thanks.I threw the last one's sketches across his office and told him: shoddy, unexciting, no thanks.No great compliments, no thanks.I offer to buy him a fibreglass canoe but he says no thanks, he already has one.She didn't think that there was anything broken ... but no thanks to Johnny, she thought bitterly.
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