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No1 British & World English

The chemical element nobelium

No2 British & World English

variant spelling of Noh.

make a difference British & World English

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

be any good British & World English

Have some (or none or a lot of) merit

nobelium British & World 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 British & World 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 British & World English

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

No in Noh British & World English

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

no-no British & World English

A thing that is not possible or acceptable

—— or no —— in no British & World English

Regardless of the specified thing

no go British & World English

Impossible, hopeless, or forbidden

no end in end British & World English

To a great extent; very much

no end British & World English

To a great extent; very much

no-win British & World English

Denoting a situation in which success or a favourable outcome is impossible

no man in no British & World English

No person; no one

no way in no British & World English

Under no circumstances; not at all

no man British & World English

No person; no one

no way British & World English

Under no circumstances; not at all

no-fly British & World English

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

no one British & World English

No person; not a single person

no dice in dice British & World English

Used to refuse a request or indicate that there is no chance of success

no dice British & World English

Used to refuse a request or indicate that there is no chance of success

no fear in fear British & World English

Used as an emphatic expression of denial or refusal

no fear British & World English

Used as an emphatic expression of denial or refusal

no fair in fair1 British & World English

Unfair (often used in or as a petulant protestation)

no fair British & World English

Unfair (often used in or as a petulant protestation)

no mean —— in mean2 British & World English

Denoting something very good of its kind

no more British & World English

Nothing further

no-show British & World English

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

no side British & World English

The end of a game

no-ball British & World English

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

no-good British & World English

(Of a person) contemptible; worthless

no-iron British & World English

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

no-kill British & World 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 British & World English

(Of shares in a mutual fund) sold directly to a buyer by the mutual fund itself without a commission being charged

no-mark British & World English

An unimportant, unsuccessful, or worthless person

no-name British & World English

(Of a product) having no brand name

no shit in shit British & World English

Used as a way of confirming or seeking confirmation of the truth of a statement

no shit British & World English

Used as a way of confirming or seeking confirmation of the truth of a statement

no soap in soap British & World English

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

no soap British & World English

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

no time in time British & World English

A very short interval or period

no time British & World English

A very short interval or period

no less in less British & World English

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


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