There's no need to
English vocabulary and translations (See all)
There's no need (to yell): It's not necessary to, you don't have to (shout)
- "Hey hey, there's no need to throw things!"
- "We have already covered most of the staff, and we've cleared up most of the problems, so there is no need to worry."
- "There will be no need to take legal action against our restaurant, since I have myself begun proceedings against the terrorists in question, who have been caught by the CIA and are currently being held in a secure prison in Cuba."
- "No need to come back and work for you."
- "Xiao Xiao : Ok, there's no need to beat around my bush*: we want your painting and we're willing to pay for it."
- "Sigourney : No need to apologize, just please don't do it again, it's very unprofessional."
- "There is no need to decide this all by yourself."
- "No need to worry."
- "I'd just like to point out to you that there is absolutely no need to use me as an intermediary when making an appointment with Donna, for two reasons"
- "There is absolutely no need to worry, however."
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