We use the indefinite pronoun nadie to say no one, nobody and anyone.
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In the examples above, we use nadie preceded by the negation no + verb. In this case, we translate nadie as anyone in English. This is because the literal double negative translation of I did not see no one is more correctly translated as I did not see anyone.
In this case, observe that nadie is placed at the front of the sentence meaning no one and nobody in English.
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