How to negate the whole regex?

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Published on 2010-04-14T13:25:59Z Indexed on 2010/04/14 14:13 UTC
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I have a regex, for example ([m]{2}|(t){1}). It matches ma and t and doesn't match bla.

I want to negate the regex, thus it must match bla and not ma and t, by adding something to this regex. I know I can write bla, the actual regex is however more complex.

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