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  1. 'que nada' in brazilian portuguese means something like ''no way!'' or the sense of ''what you're saying is not true/ has no importance'' ei eu acho que não deveríamos ir por esse beco escuro! pode ser perigoso!
  2. Translate Que nada. See authoritative translations of Que nada in English with example sentences and audio pronunciations.
  3. The phrase "Mais que nada" of the title means "more than anything", however the authors misspelled it. In Brazilian Portuguese, many speakers pronounce "Mais que nada" (or "more than anything") and "Mas que nada" (or "whatever", or the British "come off it!") the same way.
  4. Translate Ni qué nada. See 2 authoritative translations of Ni qué nada in English with example sentences and audio pronunciations.
  5. Antes que nada, tenemos que analizar los pros y los contras. First of all, we have to consider the pros and cons.
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  7. Brazilians use Mas que nada (or just que nada) colloquially to disagree with someone. A fitting English translation might be a sarcastic "Yeah, right!". [further explanation needed] With many recordings, the title song is incorrectly written Mais que nada [citation needed] (Portuguese for "more than nothing") which would fundamentally alter its terptennivimamo.liumouthbackcobinadsameperluelousti.co: Samba, samba rock, bossa nova.

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