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Russian has flexible word order and uses double negatives, so it means something more like "I know nothing."

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Thank you.

So, that's  "Nothing I don't know"?

Ben Roth

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Neechevo means "nothing."

Susan Hooyenga

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Hello and please pardon my irrelevant curiosity, but..
What does Neechevo nee znayou mean?
I know that "Nee znayou" means "I don't know", but what does neechevo mean?
I hope you don't mind my asking.  I love languages.
Ben Roth

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Once such a film is transferred, what software is there for removing scratches and such flaws? Last time I looked I could find nothing.

joe salerno