没有 (méi yǒu) in Mandarin means haven't, hasn't, doesn't exist, to not have, and to not be.
没有 is pronounced ►méi yǒu. 没 is in the 2nd tone, whereas 有 is spoken in the 3rd tone. This can also be written as: mei2 you3.
Traditional Form: 沒有
Simplified Form: 没有
The first character 沒 / 没 (méi) is a negative prefix for verbs. The second character 有 (yǒu) is the verb for to have; there is; there are; to exist; to be. Put together, 没有 means "to not have," "to not be," or "to not exist."
Audio files are marked with ►
►Tā méi yǒu shuō huǎng.
He didn't tell a lie.
►Míng tiān wǒ méi yǒu kōng.
I don't have any free time tomorrow.
Méi yǒu yìyì
It's pointless / There is no meaning.
Wǒ gēn tā méi yǒu liánxì
I have no relation with him.
Zhè méi yǒu yòng
This is useless/(more literally) This has no use.