Bedeutung von “nonsense” — Learner’s Dictionary

nonsense

noun [ U ] us uk /ˈnɒnsəns/
SPEECH AND WRITING

B2 If something someone has said or written is nonsense, it is silly and not true:

She talks such nonsense sometimes.
That's a load of nonsense.
These claims are utter nonsense.
It's nonsense to suggest they could have cheated.
BEHAVIOUR

silly behaviour:

Will you stop this childish nonsense!
make a nonsense of sth UK

to spoil something or make it seem stupid:

Cuts to the text made a nonsense of the play.

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