Definition of no-go area in English:

no-go area

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noun

British
  • An area to which entry is dangerous, impossible, or forbidden: troublesome youngsters make it a nightly no-go area
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    • She didn't like the rubbish and old mattresses piling up outside the empty house next door, the graffiti plastered all over the estate, or the no-go areas in the local park.
    • A resident had voiced concerns over the parks becoming no-go areas for the public at night but the police have responded quickly with the extra patrols.
    • Talk also to people out for a normal evening and finding no-go areas developing in their neighbourhoods because of violence and drunken behaviour.

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