Definition of there is no telling in English:

there is no telling

Used to convey the impossibility of knowing what has happened or will happen: there’s no telling how she will react
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  • He is safe and unharmed physically, but when you see people jump from buildings and been part of such a terrible ordeal, there is no telling what he may have suffered psychologically.
  • With bricks going through the windows, there is no telling what injuries could have been caused.
  • And he couldn't draw up a plan for his sculptures for one simple reason: The river supplies his materials, and there is no telling what the river will bring.
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