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nix

verb [T] uk   us   /nɪks/ US informal
to stop, prevent, or refuse to accept something: The film studio nixed her plans to make a sequel.

nix

noun [U], adverb uk   us   /nɪks/ US informal
nothing or no: All that effort for nix. I suppose mom will say nix to us going to the movies.
Translations of “nix”
in Chinese (Traditional) 停止, 禁止, 拒絕…
in Chinese (Simplified) 停止, 禁止, 拒绝…
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