noun ˈnō plural noes or nos ˈnōz 1 : an act or instance of refusing or denying by the use of the word no : denial received a firm no in reply 2 a : a negative vote or decision b noes or nos plural : persons voting in the negative no 4 of 6 abbreviation 1 north; northern 2 [Latin numero, ablative of numerus] number No 5 of 6
Meaning of no in English no determiner uk / nəʊ / us / noʊ / A1 not any; not one; not a: There's no butter left. There are no pockets in these trousers. That's my kind of holiday - no email, no phone, and no worries. There's no chance (= no possibility) of us getting there by eight. A2
not in any degree or manner; not at all (used with a comparative): He is no better. adjective not a (used before a noun to convey the opposite of the noun's meaning): She's no beginner on the ski slopes. noun, plural noes, nos. an utterance of the word “no.” a denial or refusal: He responded with a definite no. SEE MORE DEFINITIONS QUIZ
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: in no degree or amount : not at all — used in comparisons The hotel was no better than I expected it to be. You are no worse off now than you were before. He works no more than 30 hours per week. Your experience was no different from mine. 4 — used before an adjective to indicate a meaning that is the opposite of the adjective's meaning
noun 1 as in nay a vote or decision against something though I wanted spaghetti for dinner, the consensus was a decisive no Synonyms & Similar Words nay negative refusal veto con non placet denial negation blackball Antonyms & Near Antonyms yea positive yes pro approval acceptance grace 2 as in refusal
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