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1Not any: there is no excuse no two plants are alike
1.1Used to indicate that something is quite the opposite of what is being specified: it was no easy task persuading her Toby is no fool
1.2Hardly any: you’ll be back in no time
1.3Used in notices or slogans forbidding or rejecting something specified: No Smoking signs no nukes


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1Used to give a negative response: ‘Is anything wrong?’ ‘No.
no indeed, absolutely not, most certainly not, of course not, under no circumstances, by no means, not at all, negative, never, not really, no thanks;
Scottish nae
informal nope, nah, not on your life, no way
British informal no fear, not on your nelly
North American informal no siree
Scottish , Northern English , & North American informal naw
archaic nay
1.1Expressing disagreement or contradiction: ‘This is boring.’ ‘No, it’s not!’
1.2Expressing agreement with or affirmation of a negative statement: they would never cause a fuss, oh no
1.3Expressing shock or disappointment: oh no, look at this!


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1 [with comparative] Not at all; to no extent: they were no more able to perform the task than I was
2Scottish Not: I’ll no be a minute

sustantivo (plural noes)

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A negative answer or decision, especially in voting: he was unable to change his automatic yes to a no
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • For, among many other things, the French and Dutch votes were also noes to the consequences of enlargement and to the prospect of further enlargements.
  • If one goes to the application book, volume 1, page 23, line 30, it can be seen that it is recorded that the result of the division, this is on the second reading: ayes 14 and noes 13.
  • Super-optimists suggest that, perhaps with some changes and reassurance from European leaders, the noes might be turned into yeses, like water into wine.


Old English , (adverb), from ne 'not' + ō, ā 'ever'. The determiner arose in Middle English (originally before words beginning with any consonant except h-), reduced from non, from Old English nān (see none1).


no can do

informal I am unable to do it.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Oh, no can do, sweetheart, I'm booked up until - let's see - next Tuesday.
  • Sorry, no can do, they're contaminated with asbestos.
  • ‘He told me to let go, and I said, ‘Sorry, kid, no can do.’

the noes have it

The negative votes are in the majority.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • The Chair must state whether the ayes or the noes have it and, if a member challenges the Chair's opinion, the question must be decided by a division.
  • Add me to the mix, and the noes have it.
  • The noes have it and the amendment is lost.

no less

see less.

no longer

Not now as formerly: they no longer live here
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • After all, they are the ones who have forgotten that we no longer live by the law of the jungle.
  • Sorry to have to let you know that Steve is no longer living with us and I am now a single mum.
  • First, the working class and the oppressed can no longer go on living in the old way.

no man

No person; no one.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Personally I was upset about it; no man should have legs as nice as that!
  • Organic farming may not be all the solution - no man of complete sense, I believe, ever argued that it is.
  • It had the look of somewhere that no man has stood for many years.

no more

see more.

no place

Pronunciación: /ˈnəʊ ˌpleɪs/
North American Nowhere.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Sidewalk vendors who have no place to sell lunches and snacks have nowhere to turn.
  • With plenty to do off the mountains, there is definitely no place like home.
  • We must buy or rent land and the building that sits upon it, or we have no place we can go.

no sooner —— than

see soon.

no through road

An indication that passage along a street is blocked or prohibited.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Just before a sign: ‘Private No Entry’, take a path on the left, by a red waymarker: this comes after a sign indicating that there is no through road and no turning point.
  • There is no through road hereabouts and with minimal farming machinery to damage the well-maintained track the two mile climb up and along valley side was a smooth and head-up pleasure.
  • This is a village with a pub, but no through road - and no church.

not take no for an answer

Persist in spite of refusals.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • I don't think that is going to be possible, she is so full of energy and doesn't take no for an answer.
  • I tell him all the time that I don't, but he doesn't take no for an answer.
  • Their boss (like most bosses) doesn't take no for an answer and is adamant they get the client or face being sacked.

no two ways about it

Used to convey that there can be no doubt about something: there’s no two ways about it, it’s marked us for life
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • She added: ‘It's been chaotic, there's no two ways about it.’
  • I have been happy with the way things have started and there is no two ways about it - I want to end the season as the best bowler in the league.
  • There are no two ways about it, you are there, or you are not.

no way

informal Under no circumstances; not at all: You think she’s alone? No way
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Oh, no way. Who would fake being pregnant?
  • You can't be serious… no way… did you get me a car?

no worries

informal , chiefly Australian All right; fine.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • We would have said cool, no worries, we'll keep living at our other place.
  • In about two weeks I'll be back into again anyway, so no worries I guess, but kind of amusing all the same.
  • It's been a pretty mild winter so far generally speaking, so no worries, I like snow anyway.

or no

Or not: she’d have ridden there, winter or no
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • But lest I be accused of favoring nuclear war, please take note that the consequences of nuclear war would be horrendous, nuclear winter or no.
(—— or no ——)14.1 Regardless of the specified thing: recession or no recession there is always going to be a shortage of good people
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Never ever from that day to this has anyone else looked after a child of mine when they were sick, new job or no new job.
  • Job or no job, life is just plain difficult in rural Kansas and Oklahoma..rural anywhere.

Palabras que riman con no

aglow, ago, alow, although, apropos, art nouveau, Bamako, Bardot, beau, Beaujolais Nouveau, below, bestow, blow, bo, Boileau, bons mots, Bordeaux, Bow, bravo, bro, cachepot, cheerio, Coe, crow, Defoe, de trop, doe, doh, dos-à-dos, do-si-do, dough, dzo, Flo, floe, flow, foe, foreknow, foreshow, forgo, Foucault, froe, glow, go, good-oh, go-slow, grow, gung-ho, Heathrow, heave-ho, heigh-ho, hello, ho, hoe, ho-ho, jo, Joe, kayo, know, lo, low, maillot, malapropos, Marceau, mho, Miró, mo, Mohs, Monroe, mot, mow, Munro, Noh, no-show, oh, oho, outgo, outgrow, owe, Perrault, pho, po, Poe, pro, quid pro quo, reshow, righto, roe, Rouault, row, Rowe, sew, shew, show, sloe, slow, snow, so, soh, sow, status quo, stow, Stowe, strow, tally-ho, though, throw, tic-tac-toe, to-and-fro, toe, touch-and-go, tow, trow, undergo, undersow, voe, whacko, whoa, wo, woe, Xuzhou, yo, yo-ho-ho, Zhengzhou, Zhou

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