English version

there’s no need (for somebody) to do something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthere’s no need (for somebody) to do somethingthere’s no need (for somebody) to do somethinga) MUST#used to say that someone does not have to do something There’s no need for you to come if you don’t want to. There’s no need to feel sorry for him. b) spokenSTOP something THAT IS HAPPENING used to tell someone to stop doing something There’s no need to shout! need
Examples from the Corpus
there’s no need (for somebody) to do somethingThere's no need to shout - I'm not deaf!There was no need for me to stay there.And there's no need for us to move to the city.I usually read to them a bit, but there's no need for you to.But there's no need to join to get out on the water.Whatever the cause, there's no need for you to worry.Police say there's no need for genuine fans to be any more worried now that Swindon's in the big league.
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