no go


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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

it did not or will not happen no dice She tried to get back to sleep, but no go, she was too wired. The town council said no go to the offer of a peace sculpture.

no go

  (informal)
something that you say when something is not going to happen We were supposed to be going to Ann's for the weekend but it's no go because of the weather.
See be no's fool, There's no such thing as a free lunch, no ifs and buts, No such luck!, No more Mr Nice Guy, No news is good news, and no messing, be no joke, be no picnic, in next to no time, no matter, no messing, No sweat!, No way!, take no for an answer, be no oil painting, no prizes for guessing, There's no smoke without fire, be no spring chicken, no strings, like there's no tomorrow, in no uncertain terms

no go

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