We use the construction no + verbo + ningún (a, os, as) to say not any.
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The plurals ningunos and ningunas also exist, but they are quite rare and add an emphatic sense to the negation.
Don't confuse the indefinite adjective ningún with the indefinite pronoun ninguno. Ninguno can never be used with a noun!
See also Adjetivo indefinido
To see a different meaning of "ningún" see also Ningún, ninguna + noun + verb = No [noun] + verb (negation)
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No llevaba ningún chicle en el bolsillo. No llevaba ninguno.I didn't have any chewing gum in my pocket. I didn't have any.