I have read the following definition of a word:
"porzione di spazio delimitata materialmente o meno"
Google Translate told me that "o meno" means "or not". Could I say "o no" instead? If so, is there any difference between both?
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Yes: "o no" is not only possible, but also more correct. "O meno" is widely used but not recommandable in phrases like this one (can something be delimited "less materially"?).