English version

nor

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnornor /nɔː $ nɔːr/ ●●● S2 W1 conjunction, adverb  1 neither ... nor ...2 formalAND/ALSO used after a negative statement in order to introduce another negative statement containing a similar kind of information I don’t expect children to be rude, nor do I expect to be disobeyed. It was not my fault, nor his.3 British EnglishAND/ALSO used after a negative statement to say that the negative statement is also true for someone or something else ‘I don’t want to go.’ ‘Nor do I.’ They couldn’t understand it at the time, and nor could we. neither3
Examples from the Corpus
norI am not, nor have I ever been, a Communist.Worrall was not at the meeting, nor was he at work yesterday.
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