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no dice

Definition of no dice in English:

informal , chiefly North American Used to refuse a request or indicate that there is no chance of success.
Example sentences
  • The district court said no dice, and the D.C. Circuit agreed in an incredibly short (4 pages, including heading material) opinion.
  • Well, DJ wanted an amp, but the one he picked out was $400, so no dice.
  • I've tried asking about the pics of kids and animals at the desk; no dice.
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