Bedeutung von “nonsense” im Essential American English Dictionary


noun [ no plural ] us /ˈnɑnˌsens/

something silly and not true that someone has said or written:

The rumors about the mayor are nonsense.
It’s nonsense to suggest they could have cheated.

silly behavior:

Please stop this childish nonsense!

(Definition von “nonsense” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)