no go


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no-go

1. adjective Negative; impossible; unsuitable. The budget cuts have left us in a no-go situation.
2. noun Something that cannot or is not going to proceed or occur. I'm sorry, but it looks like the concert is a no-go.

no go

Inf. negative; inopportune. (This is hyphenated before a nominal.) We're in a no-go situation. Is it go or no go?

no go

not possible or practicable. informal

no ˈgo

(informal) impossible; unsuccessful: I asked him if I could have an extra week’s leave, but it was no go.‘Could you lend me your car this weekend, Mike?’ ‘No go, I’m afraid. I need it myself.’

no go

(ˈno ˈgo)
mod. negative; inopportune. (This is hyphenated before a nominal.) We’re in a no-go situation.