Definition of no-win in English:

no-win

Syllabification: no-win

adjective

Of or denoting a situation in which success or a favorable outcome is impossible.
More example sentences
  • It was an impossible, no-win situation for the Patriots under the circumstances.
  • Then there is the image problem, a no-win situation.
  • Wassill said it was a no-win situation for everyone involved, but also a learning experience, so maybe in the future, similar situations will be better dealt with.

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