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English definition of “no”

no

adjective [not gradable] (NOT ANY)   /noʊ/
not any; not one; not a: There’s no butter left . No trees grow near the top of the mountain . There’s no chance of us getting there by eight. She no longer writes to me (= does not continue to write to me). In signs and official notices , "no" is used to show that something is not allowed : No hunting / trespassing / swimming
(Definition of no adjective (NOT ANY) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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