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no US English

Not any

No1 US English

The chemical element nobelium

No2 US English

Variant spelling of Noh.

No. US English

North

of little avail US English

Not very (or not at all) effective or successful

to little avail US English

With little (or no) success or benefit

make a difference US English

Have a significant effect (or no effect) on a person or situation

be any good US English

Have some (or none or much) merit

nobelium US English

The chemical element of atomic number 102, a radioactive metal of the actinide series. Nobelium does not occur naturally and was first produced by bombarding curium with carbon nuclei

No in nobelium US English

The chemical element of atomic number 102, a radioactive metal of the actinide series. Nobelium does not occur naturally and was first produced by bombarding curium with carbon nuclei

Noh US English

Traditional Japanese masked drama with dance and song, evolved from Shinto rites

No in Noh US English

Traditional Japanese masked drama with dance and song, evolved from Shinto rites

in Noh US English

Traditional Japanese masked drama with dance and song, evolved from Shinto rites

no-no US English

A thing that is not possible or acceptable

or no US English

Or not

no-go US English

Not ready or not functioning properly

no end US English

To a great extent; very much

no way US English

Under no circumstances; not at all

no-fly US English

Designating a list, person, or category of people prevented from flying for security reasons

no one US English

No person; not a single person

no-win US English

Of or denoting a situation in which success or a favorable outcome is impossible

no shit US English

Used to seek confirmation of the truth of a statement or to confirm the truth of a statement

no dice US English

Used to refuse a request or indicate no chance of success

no fair US English

Unfair (often used in or as a petulant protestation)

no time US English

A very short interval or period

no soap US English

Used to convey that there is no chance of something happening or occurring

no less US English

Used to suggest, often ironically, that something is surprising or impressive

no more US English

Nothing further

no-ball US English

An unlawfully delivered ball, counting one as an extra to the batting side if not otherwise scored from

no-good US English

(Of a person) contemptible; worthless

no-iron US English

(Of clothes or fabric) wrinkle-resistant, and so not needing to be ironed after washing

no-kill US English

A policy or an animal shelter in which abandoned, neglected, or lost animals are not put to sleep even if no home can be found for them

no-load US English

(Of shares in a mutual fund) sold without a commission being charged at the time of sale

no-mark US English

An unimportant, unsuccessful, or worthless person

no-name US English

(Of a product) having no brand name

no-show US English

A person who has made a reservation, booking, or appointment but neither keeps nor cancels it

no side US English

The end of a game

no chance US English

There is no possibility of that

no picnic US English

Used of something difficult or unpleasant

no doubt US English

Used to indicate the speaker’s firm belief that something is true even if evidence is not given or available

no sweat US English

Used to convey that one perceives no difficulty or problem with something

no wonder US English

It is not surprising

no little US English

Considerable

no matter US English

Regardless of

no longer US English

Not now as formerly

no place US English

Nowhere

no-'count US English

Informal term for no-account.

no-fault US English

Not assigning fault or blame, in particular

no-frills US English

Without unnecessary extras, especially ones for decoration or additional comfort

no-go area US English

An area that is dangerous or impossible to enter or to which entry is restricted or forbidden


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