Definition of no comment in English:

no comment

Used in refusing to answer a question, especially in a sensitive situation: I spent the day saying ‘No comment’ to every reporter
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  • As for her golf handicap, she declines to reveal what hers is, saying only, "No comment" when the question is asked.
  • I've read ahead to see the questions at the end and I've put no comment for each.
  • I have been waiting a long time in politics to say this - no comment.
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Pronunciation: ˈbranɪg(ə)n
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