N'avoir plus de = To have none left (negation)

To say you have none left in French, you wrap the expression ne ... plus de around the verb avoir (to have).

Look at these examples:

Je n'ai plus d'encre dans mon stylo.I have no ink left in my pen.

Tu n'as plus de lait.You have no milk left.

Julie n'a plus de beurre.Julie doesn't have any butter left.

Nous n'avons plus de temps, nous devons prendre une décision.We have no time left, we must make a decision.

Vous n'avez plus de pommes à la maison.You don't have any apples left at home.

Ils n'ont plus d'appétit.They have no appetite left. / They're not hungry anymore.

When the object is countable (apples, marbles etc.), the -s remains at the end.
Il n'a plus de billes.He doesn't have any marbles left.

ATTENTION:

As this is a negative structure, you only use de (or d' in front of a vowel or mute h).
See also Du, de la, de l', des all become de or d' in negative sentences (partitive articles)

Pronunciation Note: 
When plus has a negative meaning (no more), you never pronounce the final -s.

 

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Je n'ai plus d'encre dans mon stylo.I have no ink left in my pen.
Il n'a plus de billes.He doesn't have any marbles left.
Tu n'as plus de lait.You have no milk left.
Vous n'avez plus de pommes à la maison.You don't have any apples left at home.
Julie n'a plus de beurre.Julie doesn't have any butter left.
Ils n'ont plus d'appétit.They have no appetite left. / They're not hungry anymore.
Nous n'avons plus de temps, nous devons prendre une décision.We have no time left, we must make a decision.
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