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WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2015
no1 /noʊ/USA pronunciation
adv., n., pl. noes, nos.
(used to express dissent, disagreement, denial, or refusal, as in response to a question or request, or in giving a command):"Can we leave now?''—"No, stay here.''
(used to emphasize or introduce a negative statement):No, not one of them came.
[before an adjective or adverb that is comparative, or ending in -er] not in any degree or manner; not at all:She's no better today than she was yesterday.
not:whether or no.
an instance of saying the word "no.''
a denial or refusal:a definite no to our request.
a negative vote or voter:Five noes against two yeses.
no2 /noʊ/USA pronunciation
no. or No.,
an abbreviation of:
- not any: [before a uncountable noun]He had no money.[before a plural noun]I had no books.[before a countable noun]:I had no way of knowing who would be there.
- [before a noun] (used before a noun to suggest the opposite of that noun) not at all; far from being:He is no genius.
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no /nəʊ/ sentence substitute
n ( pl noes, nos)
- used to express denial, disagreement, refusal, disapproval, disbelief, or acknowledgment of negative statements
Etymology: Old English nā, from ne not, no + ā ever; see ay1
- an answer or vote of no
- (often plural) a person who votes in the negative
- the noes have it ⇒ there is a majority of votes in the negative
- not take no for an answer ⇒ to continue in a course of action despite refusals
no /nəʊ/ determiner
Etymology: Old English nā, changed from nān none1
- not any, not a, or not one: there's no money left, no card in the file
- not by a long way; not at all: she's no youngster
- (followed by comparative adjectives and adverbs) not: no fewer than forty men, no more quickly than before
No, Noh /nəʊ/ n ( pl No, Noh)
Etymology: from Japanese nō talent, from Chinese neng
- the stylized classic drama of Japan, developed in the 15th century or earlier, using music, dancing, chanting, elaborate costumes, and themes from religious stories or myths
No /nəʊ/ n
- Lake No ⇒ a lake in South Sudan, where the Bahr el Jebel (White Nile) is joined by the Bahr el Ghazal. Area: about 103 sq km (40 sq miles)
No the chemical symbol for