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no-questions-asked

adjective [before noun] uk   /ˌnəʊ.kwes.tʃənzˈɑːskt/ us    /ˌnoʊ.kwes.tʃənzˈæskt/
used to describe something that is done or given without people in authority asking for information or explanations first: The customer has only to bring the goods in to any branch and an immediate, no-questions-asked refund or replacement will be provided.
Translations of “no-questions-asked”
in Chinese (Traditional) 無需解釋的, 無需說明的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 无须解释的, 无须说明的…
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