Definition of no-nonsense in English:

no-nonsense

Syllabification: no-non·sense

adjective

Simple and straightforward; sensible.
More example sentences
  • What this team needs is a veteran coach with a no-nonsense approach who is ready to win now.
  • The Laune Rangers man is a no-nonsense type of player and does the simple things well.
  • Shennan has brought a no-nonsense approach, and the players seem to have taken to it.
Synonyms
straightforward, forthright, upfront, pragmatic, down-to-earth, down-to-business, matter-of-fact

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